USPS suspicion letter

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    Queeny420

    Queeny420 Active Member

    I got a letter in the mail saying

    The purpose of this letter is to advise you that a priority mail parcel withUSPS tracking number xxxxxx is currently being withheld from delivery as there are reasonable grounds to believe its contents are non-mailable, and possibly in violation of federal law, specifically, the controlled substance act. Our attempts to contact the mailer to obtain additional information have been unsuccessful thus far.


    It gives me the option to go get my package but I don’t know if I should or if it is a set up. It’s only an oz of tree. What should I do? Anyone else had this happen?
     
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    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH

    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH Well-Known Member

    I would kiss it goodbye
     
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    sdd420

    sdd420 Well-Known Member

    It’s gone so forget about it
     
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    growingforfun

    growingforfun Well-Known Member

    I have no idea what your taking about

    I have no idea what your talking about

    I have no idea what your talking about


    They are going to make you open it there, likely cops waiting in the next room or in the room. All this means is they dont have a warrant to open it themselves, and they are looking for help. Maybe you'll get lucky an they will just deliver it in a few weeks, in that case I'd take it inside, an not open it for a couple weeks. If someone shows up asking questions hand it to them and say you didn't recognize the sender and didn't want to open it.
     
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    Tim1987

    Tim1987 Well-Known Member

    Deny, deny, deny, deny.
    If the sender doesnt tell, then its all circumstantial.
    "What usps letter?"
    "What parcel?"
    "No comment"
    "I have no idea what you're talking about."

    P.S.
    They need you to pick up the package. So they can prove it was you receiving it, and attempt to press charges.

    Deny mate.
    Deny.
    No comment.

    :peace:
     
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    Queeny420

    Queeny420 Active Member



    Thank you! This is more of the kind of answer I needed. It’s a trick.
     
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    Chip Green

    Chip Green Well-Known Member

    All good advice above.
    Even IF the sender tells, they got nothing, they're fishing for you to incriminate yourself. If contacted again, only utter the phrase "No comment"
    Repeat that phrase again, and again, and again, and again, to any question asked, if it comes to that.
    The alleged parcel, with suspicious contents, does not exist in your eyes. Never did.
    "No comment"
     
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    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH

    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH Well-Known Member

    Yeap police and that can legally lie
     
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    a mongo frog

    a mongo frog Well-Known Member

    In California? Highly unlikely. The law doesn't care about marijuana any more.
    The op is better off sending a fuck you letter, and becoming angry about this situation.
     
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    growingforfun

    growingforfun Well-Known Member

    It's still federally illegal. I know plenty of people who are having issues in legal states. Dont be fooled, state legality is little real protection. If there's no problem they will deliver it. If there is a problem she doesn't need to walk into a trap.
    This is a oz, nothing to take a risk over. What's a oz in cali? Gotta be under 100$
    What's your freedom worth? More than 100$ I'd bet.
    The risk/reward ratio imo, says fuck that package.
     
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    a mongo frog

    a mongo frog Well-Known Member

    Its free most places. No charge.
     
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    growingforfun

    growingforfun Well-Known Member

    In that case it's totally not worth it.

    Really man, I would never was someone to take a risk. I know several people who are facing federal charges in west cost states. This isnt real freedom YET. We all want to think it is, but we have the last leg of the race left and we cant get complacent.
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    I think this is a bogus post. Willing to commit felony by trafficking 1 oz of weed? No way.
     
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    Lordhooha

    Lordhooha Well-Known Member

    You would be surprised at the stupid shit ppl send in the mail. My wife works for usps distribution center.
     
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    Herb & Suds

    Herb & Suds Well-Known Member

    What package ?:mrgreen:
     
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    medicallynecessary

    medicallynecessary Member

    Gentlemen, welcome to Weed Club. The first rule of Weed Club is: you do not talk about Weed Club. The second rule of Weed Club is: you DO NOT talk about Weed Club! Third rule of Weed Club: someone mails you weed then Weed Club is over.
     
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    Miyagismokes

    Miyagismokes Well-Known Member

    Mailing weed is a federal offense, not a state. Doesn't matter if it's Cali, it's interstate trafficking
     
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    Jimdamick

    Jimdamick Well-Known Member

    They can't prove shit unless you pick it up, then you are admitting it's yours.
    Also NEVER send herb in the mail, the guy's that mailed are fucked though, like big time.
     
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    Miyagismokes

    Miyagismokes Well-Known Member

    It's actually hilariously common.
     
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    757growin

    757growin Well-Known Member

    The federal post office cares..
     
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