Has anyone ever gotten a product from a legit lab, the UPIC checks out on the labs website, the cap with the metal “foil,” or whatever that is, is in tact, but when you open it, it looks like the rubber stopper has been previously punctured? Could this be something that happens normally in the production process to mix the solution or does this mean someone tampered with it somewhere along the line?
Sometimes it means someone drew out oil and replaced it with another oil. This isn’t common any more, but I believe in the 90s it happened a lot.
Stoppers should never have holes in them when they’re sealed. Period. I cannot think of any reason why they’d punch a hole in a vial and then seal it.