Huge 360k seizure at Hidalgo International Bridge

Hidalgo International Bridge seizure

Hidalgo International Bridge seizureOn May 2nd, 2013 at Hidalgo International Bridge a 23 year man from San Luis Potosi, Mexico was stopped and searched. Upon discovering problems with his vehicle, 36 separate packages of cash were discovered, each containing $10,000.00. “This outstanding seizure of unreported currency was accomplished due to excellent teamwork from our CBP-OFO officers,” said Efrain Solis Jr., port director, Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas. “People who fail to declare currency in excess of $10,000 entering or leaving the country will face penalties or be subject to having CBP seize all of the unreported currency.”

Seizures like this remind us that there is a reason for the law requiring disclosure of amounts in excess of $10,000.00. There is additionally good reason for the remission of seizures where an innocent owner can prove a legitimate source of the funds.

http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/newsroom/news_releases/local/05032013_4.xml

The Federal Government regularly seizes millions of dollars from Travelers every year, don’t let them take your money without a fight, Nationwide, call our Attorneys at 877-406-6906 for a free consultation or contact us with a private message.

Free Press Reports that Travelers Abandon $500,000.00 at Airports in 2012

The federal government’s financial situation seems so dire that it has turned to saving change in a jar, according to a recent report from the Detroit Free Press. In 2012 travelers abandoned over $500,000.00 mostly in loose change at airport security. Chicago and Las Vegas International Airports raked in the most coin, at over $22,000.00 each. The funds are spent on Civil Aviation Security, but some law makers hope to divert these funds to non-profit organizations. Evidently privacy is not the only thing people forfeit for the convenience of flying. If you have accidentally abandoned money at TSA  you can file a claim with TSA within 60 days.

http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013304120189

Have you been the victim of a government asset or money seizure ?  Act quickly to get our lawyers working hard to get you back your money. Our firm has the experience and skills that you need on your side for success. Nationwide, call our Attorneys at 877-406-6906, or contact us with a private message.  Time is of the essence!

HOUSTON, TX Money Seizure: $16,182.00 Seized/ $15,182.00 Returned

December 2012 was a busy season for travel, both for business and as part of the holidays. One of our clients was returning from work in Jordan, to his home in Houston, Texas, through the George Bush International Airport, unfortunately our client did not properly declare the money he carrying with him, and as a result the United States Customs and Border Patrol seized all of his cash.

The amount of cash our client was carrying was $16,182.00. He was carrying this money both to fund his travels, and to bring as gifts to the relatives he was visiting with for the Holiday season.

US Customs law and procedure can be complex and difficult to understand, and many of our clients have come to us as a result of the money seizure they suffered due to simple mistakes, or lack of declaring. If this has happened to you, a friend or family member, contact our attorneys now for a free consultation at 877-406-6906, or you can contact us with a private message.

HOUSTON, TX Money Seizure: $16,182.00 Seized/ $15,182.00 Returned

As a result of the hard work of our experienced and dedicated attorneys, our client saw a return of $15,182.00, in only three and half months. This impressive return of our clients cash is a wonderful example of how having the right attorneys fighting for you will insure success, and peace of mind. Our client was able to deliver his family gifts and maintain his professional and personal travel funds. To learn more about how our attorneys can help you call us now for your free consultation at 877-406-6906, or you can contact us with a private message.

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