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Amsterdam & using postal services in the UK...
    #979712 - 10/21/02 01:51 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Now it's obviously not me who's tempted to try this - certainly a friend of a friend :wink:
And this is obviously for information only :grin:, but I've heard work mate say that If you send weed through the post from the 'dam, addressed to a non-existent person at your address, then technically you can't be charged if your letter/package gets pulled by Customs/Police as you just deny all knowledge of the person living at your address (or say that they used to live there put moved on) - plus I would have thought that a couple of small bags of well disguised weed in the post are hardly going to warrant a door being kicked in....

Would this actually work or are we talking urban legend territory here? 


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Re: Amsterdam & using postal services in the UK... [Re: spleen]
    #996789 - 10/27/02 02:13 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

i can imagine jiffy bags being sent from the 'dam are gonna be liable to more searches than most. i guess you could hide it in a cuddly toy or something. in the battery compartment. wrap it up like a birthday present or something. with a b'day card :smile:


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Re: Amsterdam & using postal services in the UK... [Re: spleen]
    #1003181 - 10/29/02 02:28 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Thats true. Its not your fault if some stranger in Amsterdam sends drugs to your house :smile: 


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Re: Amsterdam & using postal services in the UK... [Re: spleen]
    #1007534 - 10/30/02 08:46 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I have a friend who went with me to amsterdam and he mailed back like 5 packages to his own address (in the USA). One of the packages didn't make it (that package was just weed in an envelope) but the other 4 did. Customs just sent him a letter about the one that didn't make it saying that it was illegial. No problems at all since then and that was 6 months ago.


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Re: Amsterdam & using postal services in the UK... [Re: LordPeter]
    #1032079 - 11/07/02 12:35 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Some of these strangers in the 'Dam are very kind indeed :smile: , but bear in mind LordPeter that the letters  wouldn't have been sent to my house - it's a friend of a friend we're talking about here! :smile:


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