halfbaked wrote:I was thinking the tiger was saying don't worry I am not going to eat you. Same concept just a little diff. Someones gonna get it in the end.
Husker wrote:mash rookie wrote:Mile High. Did you get a letter?
Yes I did and always kept records because I knew this eventually happen.
It seems to me thy want to hassle the company’s to make sure we are staying within the laws.
Turbo Stumpers and Bootlegger stills will have problems hopefully close down
I sent a direct email to Mike, and he is usually very responsive about asking questions are topics directed at MH, so I expect him to answer shortly
It would be very nice to know just how many of the larger companies have gotten this. If just one, it may not be that bad. Possibly someone busted, and chirped about where he bought his setup. If they are all getting these records requests, then we should all be wary.
mash rookie wrote:Mike,
The TTB agent said thay are asking all the company’s for lists and want quarterly reports.
Again I think thy are making sure the company’s are staying within the laws.
Did they ask you for your sales records?
coaldust1 wrote:Was notified comcerning my order that the FEDS wanted a list of all customers for the last 3 years, has the witch hunt begun??
goose eye wrote:how the law works is they try to make examples.
so im tole
goose eye wrote:When you nock your rig down
seperate it. Overkill. Maybe
Some state have alphabet agency that don't do
nothing but look for likker charges.
Your security is your responsibility an no one else
googe wrote:The tax payers money, time and resources would outway the money they lose from alcohol taxes unless you have a 8' + still.and are.producing 100L a week,
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