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If you can't get your beans to sprout you are doing it wrong, GYO supplied me with seeds according to the breeders I selected. First 3 didn't sprout but germinated easily because I planted them inside a terranium, second try I took them out of the terrarium and they came up within 24 hours. I recommend you ensure that you have a combination of heat, air flow and a strong High Intensity Discharge CMH or HPS to try germinate your seeds, pointy tip up and about 1.5 cms deep in your medium if you are still having issues.

Beware operating as Homegrown Cannabis Co., probably same crap customer service and rip off, just a diffrent name to draw in victims.

They just seem rude and unorganized. There are so many banks out there, i would not reccomend them.

A++ seed company

Just a waste of electricity ,water and time Stay away . Bad customer service . Bad seeds .. no refund and they won't reply .. just a bunch of incompetent

I’d give zero stars if I could. Spent nearly a hundred dollars for an order that never arrived and when I emailed to try to rectify the issue all I got was “maybe someone else in your family took the order” I live alone. Total scam. Don’t be fooled!

NEVER!! Order from GYO seed bank. They r a rip off!! They stole 200 bucks from me. I’m gunna report them to the better Business bureau!! They r the worst company if they even r a company?? Once u order you will never hear from them again and no seeds.. and if ur lucky enough to get seeds they r not the seeds u order!! Anyway please people never order from this GYO.. they are frauds.

I ordered seeds an only got half my order sent emails an pictures. Took awhile for them to get back to me but sent out what I was missing

The customer service available at GYO Seedbank is pretty minimal. They are available to process returns and deal with some complaints, but for the most part, they’re not that helpful.

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Customer Service at GYO Seedbank

After reading through pages and pages of that kind of stuff, it can be hard to sort through what’s relevant and what’s not. That’s what this comprehensive review is for.

So, the fact that GYO Seeds/Bonza/The Single Seed Center/who knows what else choose to operate multiple storefronts is not a good sign. It could be a way to spread out customer complaints about the business so that no one brand takes all the heat.

Being a legit business is the minimum bar to cross, but it’s certainly not a ringing endorsement. After all, there are tons of legit businesses out there that sell products that aren’t worth the box they’re shipped in. If you want to know whether this legit seed bank is actually worth buying from, keep reading!

GYO (“Grow Your Own”) Seedbank is based in the UK and Spain. GYO was founded in 2015, originally created as a sister seed bank to Bonza Seeds. Bonza Seeds has since been purchased by another well-known seed bank, while GYO was acquired by Homegrown Cannabis Co., which has rebranded the company in the United States and Australia. The seed bank is still operating as GYO in all other countries.

While there have surely been enough satisfied buyers over the years to keep GYO Seedbank in business, a closer look reveals that many of the 5-star reviews on GYO.green were written by buyers who hadn’t even sprouted their seeds yet – many of them remarking solely on GYO’s fast shipping, but saying nothing at all about the quality of their cannabis crop. Considering that GYO Seedbank offers buyers extra loyalty points in exchange for reviews (on public forums as well as on GYO.green), it’s easy to see why there are so many of them. It’s also highly likely that these average ratings were artificially inflated, as multiple buyers have reported their less-than-glowing reviews of GYO seeds were deleted from the site.

GYO Company Background and History

Despite the fact that Eucalyptus Points are heavily advertised on GYO’s website, the program is not necessarily dependable. Some of GYO Seedbank’s repeat customers have seen their large quantities of previously accumulated points suddenly disappear. GYO’s explanation for the disappearing points was that the Eucalyptus Points program was “temporarily” shut down, with plans to bring it back in the future. No mention has been made plans to restore these lost points, however. Despite this status, both GYO’s and Homegrown’s websites are full of advertising for the Eucalyptus Points program with no mention of this hiatus.

GYO Seedbank gives a lot of attention to advertising its loyalty program, Eucalyptus Points, which includes many ways to rack up points to cash in for discounts on future orders. Some of the ways to get extra points include writing a review of your purchase on GYO.green, reviewing the company in a public cannabis forum, signing up for the newsletter, sharing on social media, or inviting a friend to join the program. You also get points on your birthday, with every fifth purchase, and when you first create your Eucalyptus Points account.

In addition to its loyalty points program, GYO Seedbank offers a membership club option for repeat customers. The perks of joining GYO Club include free tracked shipping on every order, a replacement guarantee, first access to new products, a 10% discount on all purchases, a 50% higher Eucalyptus Points payout awarded for each purchase, and a free GYO t-shirt. You’ll also be gifted up to 40,000 Eucalyptus Points when you join.