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09-5-2015 8:38 am  #1


Your Bulgarian Customs Letter Needed

Hi All
Me and the missus are  going on holiday to Bulgaria soon and wish to bring back some cigarette, I noticed on the front page of your website the letter for Bulgarian customs that may be needed  by myself if stopped by Bulgarian customs, I have tried to download but it will not download (some sort of error comes up) I was wondering if there was another way someone could forward a copy of the letter to me so that I am armed with it if needs be. Thanks in advance.

 

09-5-2015 10:26 am  #2


Re: Your Bulgarian Customs Letter Needed

Unfortunately I think that letter on the N2d blog is gone and lost. Most of these upload share sites delete content if it's not used at least every 30 days.

So unless anyone has a copy I think you are out of luck.


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20-5-2015 5:14 pm  #3


Re: Your Bulgarian Customs Letter Needed

How was Bulgaria.
Any problems

Garry


START HERE, By answering these questions. http://n2d.boardhost.com/viewtopic.php?id=1526
Useful documents for download : http://n2d.boardhost.com/viewforum.php?id=34
Goods been seized, Start here.  http://n2d.boardhost.com/viewtopic.php?id=78
SOT Thanks to TBD. http://n2d.boardhost.com/viewtopic.php?id=373
 

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