That's what I pay. It's to let you know what a going rate is, not take you there. But the point is, these companies get vast hassle from the big pharmas who try to shut down their websites, blacklist them, probably even cause problems with customs. So I pass on details to the longer established members if asked -- nothing personal, just that if they've posted a couple of dozen non-fluffy reviews and don't appear to be wankers they're not likely to screw it up for others. It's purely on that basis, not 'assurances.' The other thing is that the process they sometimes use can *seem* a bit dodgy, so not much good unless you know me well enough to trust me as well. It turns out that they have a weird ordering system just so that they avoid disclosure and hassle at customs (actual they give tracking numbers, fast delivery, email enquiry service with a knowledgeable pharmacist, and nearly always with a larger enquiry, extra freebies and a physical mailing address, and yes, they are completely legal, both in their country and in terms of UK law for you buying it for your own use).
So when it's someone I don't know, here's my standard advice: read all the posts and narrow it down, then, when you do a search, use the same skepticism UKP recommends for AW. Do they have a physical mailing address? Do the details on their website 'add up'? Then most importantly, buy a small quantity first, say a tenner or twenty quid's worth max, and see what it's like, see if you are happy with the service and the quality and appearance of the product. If you are, order a bit more next time until you trust them on reasonable experience.
Another clue: the WOT web plugin is fucking useless. It rates many decent suppliers as dangerous unreliable blah blah blah. Basically the western pharmas just stack it with votes and cut and pastes from a govt website saying don't trust foreign internet suppliers.
Lastly, if you travel, try local chemists. Several European countries have chemists with a qualified *prescribing* chemist on duty who will prescribe and sell without an extra fee. Europe's not the cheapest but often cheaper than the UK. Argentina is another I happen to know personally, cheap as fricking bags of roasted peanuts and quality, though most people won't punt that far (great punting place btw). I just walk into a big chemist and give them a frigging list. About a third of the chemists in Buenos Aires don't cooperate with that approach but the rest do. You could fill a fucking suitcase.