ANY packages mailed OUT of the USA (not in) will require full disclosure


A new Homeland Security provision goes into effect on Monday January 7th, 2013. ANYpackages mailed OUT of the USA (not in) will require full disclosure of the contents to be reported to the Homeland Security. A form has to be filled out and full details of sender and recipient must be reported to Homeland Security. The real purpose is to prevent people from mailing “cash” out of the country. That was put in last year making it now illegal to send cash through the mail. Legally they can confiscate all those bills sent in birthday and Christmas cards. This re-enforces that provision of last year.

Again, this is all about MONEY. Those 19 guys & a camel took all rights away that no standing army could ever have done. I guess they are confused between something trying to come INTO the homeland and something LEAVING the homeland. They should just change the name to US Travel & Transportation of Anything Anywhere Agency – Making sure nothing moves without their approval!


thanks to rev17 for the link..

another piece in the jigsaw..things are closing in even more..they dont want money going OUT


~ by seeker401 on January 7, 2013.

4 Responses to “ANY packages mailed OUT of the USA (not in) will require full disclosure”

  1. some one commented this is a hoax – i can’t add more because i can’t seem to find any news at FEDEX or US Postal website.
    Any info on this..?

    • didnt see anything on snopes..its possible though joel..thanks mate..

      • xxx is the debunker king..maybe he can find something out for us..

      • yeah, something’s not right with this story.

        it’s already the law that you have to declare contents, send, and receiver of a *package* that goes out of the country. it’s called a customs declaration form, and it’s been necessary for as long as i can remember.

        also, it is not illegal to mail cash, domestically or internationally. in both cases you simply have to declare the cash if you want the shipment to be insured, and insurance is limited to $25,000.

        beyond that, DHS has already declared it has the right to inspect even letters that go in or out of the country. we crossed that line quite awhile ago.

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