You may run into legal problems with ChemOne. The initial owner is an ex-con, and they sell flavored chems. What’s the problem here? Well…
The problem with Flavored research chems is that the case can be made that they are for human consumption, and are therefore illegal. Add into that equation that all 4 of the companies owners are located in the USA.
I covered this in an article which was published on T-Nation long before ChemOne existed…here is an excerpt from that article, where I interviewed a lawyer (“CD” or Council for the Defence" is the lawyer speaking)and this is what happened when I asked her about research chems:
"T-Nation: Let’s talk about the research chemicals that are bought and sold openly on the Internet. I know you’re quite familiar with the term “research chemical.” This is basically a chemical bought and sold on the Internet for research purposes. These chemicals are almost always simply liquid forms of bodybuilding drugs, ancillaries, clen, etc. labeled “not for human consumption.” Is this legal?
CD: First, the law clearly reads that one can legally purchase certain chemicals for research purposes only. This ought to mean that the buyer’s liability is, for all intents and purposes, nonexistent. In this case, the research companies’ liability isn’t as well defined, and I certainly wouldn’t want to be selling them myself.
If those chemicals are being sold with flavoring in them, then the government may be able to make the case that they’re for human consumption, and possibly indict the buyer as well.
T-Nation: Well, my dog’s food has flavoring in it. It’s not intended for human consumption, and I certainly didn’t buy it for myself.
CD: Right, I’ve heard that argument. Basically, it’s my position that if you’re buying flavored research chemicals then you’re exposing yourself to an additional risk. In short, you don’t buy your dog food in pina colada flavor, or some of the others that are offered in “research chemicals.”
You should be safe, but once again, if you’re talking about maximizing safety, then you may want to go the unflavored route. There are good arguments to be made on both sides, but I know which ones I’d buy.
And if you’re buying a lot (thousands of dollars at a time), then maybe they’ll try to get you personally on distribution as well. "
Add into this equation the fact that one of the primary owners is an ex-con, and it’s just the easy “example” that LE may have been looking for to bust a chem company.
I’d avoid them in particular, as well as flavored chems in general.
Finally, as you all know, I reccomend AG-Guys. Why? Well, their owners are all offshore, and not located in the USA(*they’re all forigners), and their servers and records are all located offshore as well (although their products are shipped from within the USA)
Add into that the fact that they sell unflavored chems, and I think I make a very good case for patronizing them over ChemOne. The risk factor is just much lower, and when the feds eventally crack down on Chem Companies, I don’t want my address on file with a company like ChemOne.
I wouldn’t want to save a few bucks, if it put me in the line of fire like this.