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Handbook of The British Contraband Smuggler Part 3: What to Smuggle And To Where

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

Handbook of The British Contraband Smuggler Part 3: What to Smuggle And To Where


This part of the handbook is dedicated to non-drugs related smuggling and outlines what various countries can supply and where the goods they supply are in demand on international black markets. Most importantly though it is the job of the smuggler to always be on the lookout for developing situations of interest where new black markets may be forming.

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Handbook of The British Contraband Smuggler Part 2: Tricks of The Trade

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

Handbook of The British Contraband Smuggler Part 2: Tricks of The Trade

Before you can just go off and smuggle you have to know the odds against you and how to minimise the risk of being caught. No matter what it is you’re going to smuggle you have to take the precautions outlined here. For reasons un- known to yourself you may have become a suspect person and at airports may be under surveillance. The following are some useful methods to protect yourself.


1. Hold all sensitive conversations with contacts, etc. outside in the open air since this will reduce the effect of pickups.

2. Carry a radio spectrum monitor in your pocket so you can detect RF body bugs.
[Such a device can be bought mail-order from Dektor Corp in Savannah, Georgia in
the USA]


3. Carry an audio noise jammer to protect you from audio surveillance transmitters. [Can be bought from Tactronix Corp in Palo Alto, California in the USA].

4. Get hold of a radio frequency scanner. These are around 100-200 quid in the UK and are very handy. You can listen in on airport, harbourport customs men at work and know what’s going down and may help you to know if you’re a suspect. Get one that has a wide continuous frequency range 30MHz-1GHz would be ideal though probably far too expensive (or just get a Tandy model). Read the rest of this entry »

Handbook of The British Contraband Smuggler Part 1: Fake ID Acquisition

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

Handbook of The British Contraband Smuggler Part 1: Fake ID Acquisition

                              PART_1: FAKE ID AQUISITION

                              BY THE ELUSIVE MR.CHEUNG



As an international contraband smuggler it will always be important for you to be in possession of alternative ID. Of all the ID in England, the single most important document – apart from a passport – is a full driver’s license. It is the most common form of ID requested by police or other government official  but a provisional driving license is far easier and quicker to get and in most cases will be enough to satisfy most people. In fact since the full license can take as long as six months it may be the only choice available to you. For the smuggler it isn’t strictly necessary to have a driving license since having a car means more bureaucracy in the UK and greater risks of being caught out. Here is explained how to get hold of the only four forms of ID you really need: the birth certificate, provisional driving license and visitor and or full passport.

The Birth Certificate

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