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How dealers ship their drugs via postal mail?

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Hello,


I have searched, that dogs can sniff the drugs even if they are hiding well.

I was thinking about how dealers sending their stuff via postal mail without getting caught?
and what going to happen if the postal office caught the drugs won't that be high risky for the dealer to identify his name?
also is there a way to trick the dog sniffers?

thanks
 

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How should the dealer be caught? He doesn't need to be afraid if he works cleanly and disinfects everything. Who writes the correct sender on it would have earned the prison for stupidity. Only the recipient has a problem, but as long as he behaves correctly, not much can happen.
If the forensics finds no usable evidence such as fingerprints or DNA traces, the sender does not need to worry, especially if he is already known to the police.

You can't trick dogs and their noses, but why would a dog smell a letter? Have you ever dealt with the mail service? This is a fully automated process where sorting machines work in large halls and manual intervention is only required in the event of malfunctions. There are not dogs running around all day. Drug dogs are used in raids to find the hiding places, because no cop wants to search, explosive dogs e.g. at the airport during rounds, but not in the mail distribution centers where 100000+ letters are processed per day.

What you should do, however, is to pack the goods in vacuum, which prevents at least that when transporting no one notices a smell. Depending on how clean you work, it would also help for dogs, but usually there are tiny traces outside, which makes the dog strike.
 

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How should the dealer be caught? He doesn't need to be afraid if he works cleanly and disinfects everything. Who writes the correct sender on it would have earned the prison for stupidity. Only the recipient has a problem, but as long as he behaves correctly, not much can happen.
If the forensics finds no usable evidence such as fingerprints or DNA traces, the sender does not need to worry, especially if he is already known to the police.

You can't trick dogs and their noses, but why would a dog smell a letter? Have you ever dealt with the mail service? This is a fully automated process where sorting machines work in large halls and manual intervention is only required in the event of malfunctions. There are not dogs running around all day. Drug dogs are used in raids to find the hiding places, because no cop wants to search, explosive dogs e.g. at the airport during rounds, but not in the mail distribution centers where 100000+ letters are processed per day.

What you should do, however, is to pack the goods in vacuum, which prevents at least that when transporting no one notices a smell. Depending on how clean you work, it would also help for dogs, but usually there are tiny traces outside, which makes the dog strike.
True, i buyed ecstasy and in marketplace i sended shipping address, and after day i getted my stuff, it been in book on page 73, and nobody caughted me, so answer is via mail.
 

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How should the dealer be caught? He doesn't need to be afraid if he works cleanly and disinfects everything. Who writes the correct sender on it would have earned the prison for stupidity. Only the recipient has a problem, but as long as he behaves correctly, not much can happen.
If the forensics finds no usable evidence such as fingerprints or DNA traces, the sender does not need to worry, especially if he is already known to the police.

You can't trick dogs and their noses, but why would a dog smell a letter? Have you ever dealt with the mail service? This is a fully automated process where sorting machines work in large halls and manual intervention is only required in the event of malfunctions. There are not dogs running around all day. Drug dogs are used in raids to find the hiding places, because no cop wants to search, explosive dogs e.g. at the airport during rounds, but not in the mail distribution centers where 100000+ letters are processed per day.

What you should do, however, is to pack the goods in vacuum, which prevents at least that when transporting no one notices a smell. Depending on how clean you work, it would also help for dogs, but usually there are tiny traces outside, which makes the dog strike.

Hello,

Thanks for answering my question, what I meant on my question is, what's going to happen if the cops caught the mail in the mailing process and they found drugs on it? here in my country we don't have public post box, where you can just put the letter and go, but we need to send the letter via the post office where they ask us about our ID

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but we need to send the letter via the post office where they ask us about our ID
Then I would not send any mail in this country without the possibility to send small packages anonymously, because that is the big advantage of this almost worldwide system, which makes it possible for the sender to remain anonymous and you only know approximately from which region the mail comes, because of the stamp.
what's going to happen if the cops caught the mail in the mailing process and they found drugs on it?
In your case, the cops will target the recipient and the sender, the recipient will have to prove that he has ordered them, and the cops will kick down the door of the sender.
What did you think the cops would do otherwise?

Do you want to buy or sell drugs through the mail?
 

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If some body sending or receiving any packages in domestically then its safe buy if some body receiving any package in USA from overseas then that's gonna be a problem because there will be a USA custom in between receiver and sender and package may stuck in custom but if some body send a US to US package then there is no custom
 

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I honestly never encountered problems with sending or receiving it, but in my country the punishment isn't that high....
Hello,


I have searched, that dogs can sniff the drugs even if they are hiding well.

I was thinking about how dealers sending their stuff via postal mail without getting caught?
and what going to happen if the postal office caught the drugs won't that be high risky for the dealer to identify his name?
also is there a way to trick the dog sniffers?

thanks
 
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