CBP Seizes $92k in Cash at Dulles From 5 Travelers

CBP officers at Dulles airport recently shared some news about a total of 5 cash seizures that they did, resulting in a seizure of nearly $100,000 from people who were leaving the country and, who in leaving, failed to report that they were carrying more than $10,000 in cash. It’s been 3 long months since we’ve heard about a seizure from Dulles. I’ve noticed a significant increase in CBP enforcement (i.e., penalty, seizure, etc.) activity across the board. Whether that is the result of a stronger, or more confident consumer, or the result of a new focus on enforcement by the professionals at CBP, I don’t know. It’s probably a little bit of both. But, whatever it is — these 5 people who had their money taken by CBP at Dulles airport are part of a wave people who CBP is citing for not following the law. The story is below, with my comments: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized nearly $91,819 during five recent…

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