Hi! I would like to ask what kind of trouble other members have had to go through due to seized packages. Among useful info is also where you're located (no need for specific country, but USA, EU, etc) and where the package was sent from. I live in EU. I had many packages (including international ones) arrive successfully until a seizure was made. I ordered the last one from inside EU, but some items were missing and the missing items were sent from outside EU. Unfortunately the missing items got seized by customs. I went to the post office to get the package and signed for it. I should have rejected it the moment I noticed it was a signed-for letter instead of a package - it was clearly a trap, in the mailbox I only received a notification of a letter and later I even saw the original envelope had some strange marking on it (probably for the post office lady to know what she's dealing with). The contents were removed and replaced with a seizure letter. The letter demanded me to provide an explanation how and why I attempted to import controlled substances. In addition it requested me to provide my bank statements for a certain period of time. At first I rejected their demands but I was explained that they would fine me for not cooperating and would eventually get everything via a court order. So I cooperated - denied that the package was for me and provided bank statements that showed nothing. After evaluation the case was closed with the reason that the receiver is not clearly identifiable. I am now waiting for a new package from inside EU. It has already arrived in my country. What is strange is that tracking shows "Departure from inward office of exchange". There is nothing mentioning "Arrival at inward office of exchange". There is also nothing related to customs holding it. However I associate "Departure from inward office of exchange" with customs procedures and it's strange if the package comes from within EU and then there are not supposed to be any customs procedures. If I'm lucky it means a scanning procedure, not customs inspection. Anyway I am not going to get the package until I receive a notification letter about it. If it says "package" and its weight it likely was not inspected. If it says "letter" and no weight it's clear it was seized. Then I should probably ignore the notification. Can they even do anything if you don't sign for it? I mean last time the letter was prepared and I believe the signing made it effective, without signing the letter means nothing. Or how is it? Share your opinion and your own experiences. Thanks.