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    Package was busted then delivered, help

    this is my deal I ordered a few QV goodies i had a tracking number with fed ex and then it got snatched along with a few of his other packages my source was in going through the process of refunding me my cash when i wake up today and their is a package outeside my bedroom door from usps my roomate signed for it what do i do i opend it back up then wrote return to sender and as of right now it is sitting by my front door what do i do

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    I would not open the package for a while.

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    I don't quite understand....you have a tracking number for your FedEx package that was delivered by USPS?????

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    let it sit for a while before opening it. When you do decide to open it, I'd suggest not doing it inside your house. Take the package with you, open it and toss the boz as quick as you can.

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    just open it. what does waiting have to do with anything???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiGGaMaN
    just open it. what does waiting have to do with anything???
    because the cops could be waiting for him to open it and then bust him

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonytone
    because the cops could be waiting for him to open it and then bust him
    Couldn't have said it better myslef. I remember reading in a magazine some time ago that cops are putting motion detectors inside the package to tell when you open the box when you open the box. This is why I said take it with you somewhere public, open the box, them toss it in the garbage. Of course you'd want to remove the address stickers before hand.

    In this day and age where the government would rather bust good, hard working people, instead of busting those who pose a physical threat to the country, you can never be too sure.

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    I bet I know who your source was...

    I'd have to say it they had a warrant and it was a CD they done would
    have be crashing thru your door, but I don't think I'd use that same
    address again anytime soon...

    Consider yourself lucky...

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    why have anything shipped to your house address anyway. International or domestic, I've never had one single package shipped to my address, and never will. If you apply yourself and think, you too can find a way around this...

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    That's not how it works... They ask to have it signed for, so there's proof
    of someone accepting it as goods belonging to you and then they serve the warrant and come on in and the fun begins...

    Quote Originally Posted by tonytone
    because the cops could be waiting for him to open it and then bust him

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    bro, you should not post your sources business in the open like this.....
    you should have more respect for your source and their business!!!! email! again email your service provider. respect comes first..

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    Quote Originally Posted by canecorso
    bro, you should not post your sources business in the open like this.....
    you should have more respect for your source and their business!!!! email! again email your service provider. respect comes first..
    Unless it was improper packaging, then it has nothing else to do with his source. Some packages get busted, some don't. It's the price we pay for the game we play. Aside from that, he was looking for advice on what to do about his package, not his source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODC0717
    Unless it was improper packaging, then it has nothing else to do with his source. Some packages get busted, some don't. It's the price we pay for the game we play. Aside from that, he was looking for advice on what to do about his package, not his source.




    believe he needs to check the source...he will be surprised the source would know the tracking numbers on the package if he resended the package?.. trust me on this one. if the source did not resend you my have a problem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by canecorso
    bro, you should not post your sources business in the open like this.....
    you should have more respect for your source and their business!!!! email! again email your service provider. respect comes first..
    where did he give up his source???

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    Quote Originally Posted by buff87
    That's not how it works... They ask to have it signed for, so there's proof
    of someone accepting it as goods belonging to you and then they serve the warrant and come on in and the fun begins...
    but he didnt sign for it, his friend did... they can still pin it on him????

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    Doesn't matter who signed for it, it was accepted which means they can
    serve the warrant if they had one and search his house, computer, etc...
    same as if someone's wife would have signed for it, they can still come
    right in after serving the warrant, doesn't matter he didn't sign for it...

    Quote Originally Posted by tonytone
    but he didnt sign for it, his friend did... they can still pin it on him????

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    Quote Originally Posted by buff87
    Doesn't matter who signed for it, it was accepted which means they can
    serve the warrant if they had one and search his house, computer, etc...
    same as if someone's wife would have signed for it, they can still come
    right in after serving the warrant, doesn't matter he didn't sign for it...
    and they would be there already... so there is your answer

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    They would not let him keep the package in his house like that. It would really screw up the chain of custody, which they need in court. Otherwise, if it sat in his house, a lawyer could make a thousand speculations on the package being out of his hands and someone planting something in it. The package would go from the deliverer's hands, to the recievers hands, and then he'd be in handcuffs immediately. The motion detectors in the packages sounds a little bit too hollywood for me, and would cause a huge headache in a real court case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buff87
    That's not how it works... They ask to have it signed for, so there's proof
    of someone accepting it as goods belonging to you and then they serve the warrant and come on in and the fun begins...

    Exactly my thoughts...I know who the source was too lol....I would recommend just using a different address in the future. Your source will take care of things man dont worry....and i would doubt that will happen again in the future. Good luck man

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    Quote Originally Posted by buff87
    Doesn't matter who signed for it, it was accepted which means they can
    serve the warrant if they had one and search his house, computer, etc...
    same as if someone's wife would have signed for it, they can still come
    right in after serving the warrant, doesn't matter he didn't sign for it...
    So technically, they could both get charged, right? If not, then wouldn't it be the person who signed for it get charged unless the other person(s) takes full responsibility?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsik98
    So technically, they could both get charged, right? If not, then wouldn't it be the person who signed for it get charged unless the other person(s) takes full responsibility?
    No, the person who signed for it isn't liable. He's only signing to verify that the package reached its destination. The only person liable is the person its addressed to.

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    They are usually just going to be interested in the person that
    purchased them and they are addressed too... Unless there's more
    to the story, like someone was receiving packages for someone else,
    then technically the receiver of course could be looking at some charges
    if that could be proved even if they were addressed to someone else...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsik98
    So technically, they could both get charged, right? If not, then wouldn't it be the person who signed for it get charged unless the other person(s) takes full responsibility?

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    if it was usps express maybe the sig was not waived and even sometimes when it is they will try to get you to sign anyway. you should of used a diff addy anyway but too late now. as the others said you are lucky. just get a diff addy and never sign for anything never

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