Oh wow. That is good information to know though. Even if it only happens rarely. Thank you!sure. It means a few folks from either/or the DEA or Homeland security actually knock on your door and “talk”to you. This visit is a (rare) result of a package seized at customs. Altho quite rare, they do happen and there’s no real rhyme or reason, altho it’s often related to the vendor being investigated, but not always.Can I ask what "knock and talk" means?not about fright. It’s about helping folks we don’t want to help. If you’ve ever had a “knock and talk” over ordering a necessary medicine, you quickly realize you don’t want to help these folks in any way...Post deleted. Apologies if I frightened anyone.I don’t want to be a jerk, but you might want to delete the specific details of “stealth?” I only say this because the shipping threads are open to anyone and the least specific info, the better for us?I definitely think packaging is a huge factor. I've dropped most of the vendors that I've ordered from if I received LLs or just don't like the way they pack their orders. Vendors I have been relying on recently keep coming up with creative ways to send packages every time I order and I get kind of a kick out of it, as well.
Again not trying to offend you or anyone else. We gotta stick together!!
thanks a lot for taking it out tho!!
They’re no fun snd why we should protect our info as much as possible. Lastly, you should know that actually talking to them, since you don’t have to, puts you at risk of further legal action.
Plenty of info on the internet about them sadly...