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Shipping pot

Orders received on Friday will ship on Monday.

What are the shipping fees?
Free shipping for all orders above $200.00, $15.00 for orders $199 or less.
When tracking your package, please look for the status “Item out for delivery“, indicating that the package has left the sorting facility and is on its way to your location.

How will my order be packaged?
Our advanced shipping methods ensure your security and privacy. All orders will be discreetly packaged with no mentions of the name Pot Cargo anywhere on the outside or inside of the order. The products are packaged in vacuumed sealed, smell-proof bags.
More often than not, members get their packages on time or a day later. If you do not receive it two days after your expected date, let us know so we can file a trace with Canada Post. Please note that this investigation could take up to 2-3 weeks depending on how fast Canada Post operates.
What happens if I don’t receive my package?
If you do not get your package two days after the expected arrival date, contact us and we will file a trace with Canada Post. If a trace is filed, Canada Post will conduct an investigation which can take up to two weeks to complete. Once the package is located, you will receive it a few days later, if Canada Post is unable to locate your package we will send you a one time replacement on that order, free of charge!
How long for my package after my order has been placed?
All orders moved into processing by 12pm PST will ship the next business day. If your order or payment is received after 12pm PST, your order will ship out the second business day from the time your order moved into processing.
Where do we ship to?
We ship across Canada, but we do not ship outside of Canada.

Does the Postal Officer have access to my mail box?
Yes, Canada Post has access to all mailboxes. You are not required to be there when the package is delivered. Canada Post will leave the package in your mailbox.

Overview: Information about shipping.

Shipping pot

Two years later, Bailey was arrested for the possession of marijuana and was on parole when the most recent arrest occurred. His upcoming hearing for the new charges is on May 12.

Bailey chalks his arrests up to bad luck.
Ryan Bailey, 32, didn’t learn the first time that the chances of getting away with shipping marijuana through the United Postal Service is pretty slim. He was recently arrested again after accepting and opening a package sent through UPS that contained marijuana.

A Chicago man was arrested for shipping marijuana through the United Parcel Service — for the second time in five years.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that UPS reported the package to the Chicago Police Department after noticing a strong odor of marijuana coming from the package, which was addressed to a cell phone store in Chicago. The return address on the package was for a fake shipping company in Aurora, CO.
According to CBS, Bailey was among the first wave of hopeful entrepreneurs to move to Colorado to work in the medical marijuana industry. Bailey’s run-ins with the police began here, after he was charged with growing more than the permitted 30 plants. His warehouse was raided of 670 plants. Bailey was acquitted in that case.
In 2010, Bailey was arrested for being in possession of roughly 40 pounds of marijuana, which was valued at around $300,000. The 40 pounds of marijuana was also shipped through UPS.
There were about seven pounds of marijuana in the package.

“It is absolutely illegal to ship drugs of any kind, including legalized marijuana, via the US Postal Service, FedEx and UPS,” states Chris Franzen, Director of Logistics, Broussard Logistics. “That doesn’t mean people don’t try it though; according to official U.S. Postal Inspection Service statistics, inspectors seized more than 46,000 pounds of illegal drugs and $20.7 million in drug-trafficking proceeds in the mail last year. The shipper can face charges both in the state from which it is shipped, as well as in the state it was to be delivered. The technology to identify packages carrying drugs is getting more advanced every day, and the punishment is getting harsher. Legalization in states, has accelerated the need for both of these–so the risk gets higher everyday.”

Man Arrested for Shipping Pot Through UPS — Again A Chicago man was arrested for shipping marijuana through the United Parcel Service — for the second time in five years. Ryan Bailey,