|Be extra careful when ordering seeds online|
Did someone contact you to buy seeds on social media?
If so, be careful! There are many scammers out there. Always double and triple check that you know the company or person before sending them anything. Look at their email address and profile name to see if any words are misspelled.
Where should you go for seeds?
Many seed breeders have a website where they sell seeds directly. If they don't have seeds for sale, sign up for their newsletter. Many breeders release "seed drops" by email.
Still no luck? Contact them through their website contact page or via their social media profile. Unless it specifically says not to send them messages about seeds, write them privately and ask where to get their genetics. Often they'll be able to tell you where to go.