I did get a letter. Titled Notice of seizure and information claimants non-cafra form.
This is to notify you that U.S. Customs and Border protection (CBP)/ U's. Imigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) siezed the property described below at Port of Cincinnati, OH., on June 23rd, 20151 drug pill press."
The estimated value of the property is under $250.00 (note I paid over $1500)The property was seized and is subject to forfeiture under the provisions of Title 19 United States Code, and Section 1595a(c). and in violation of Title 21 United States code, Section 863(a)(3), and 19 United States Code 1497. The importation of drug paraphernalia is prohibited in the United States.The facts available to the CBP indicate that you might have an interest in the seized property. The purpose of this letter is to advise you of the options available to you concerning the seizure. An important document - an "Election of Proceedings" form is enclosed with this letter. You must choose one of the options outlined below, indicate your choice on the "Election of Proceedings" form enclosed with this letter. You must choose one of the options outlined below, indicate your choice on the "Elections of Proceedings" form, and return it any any other necessary documents to CBP within the allotted time frame. Should you choose to abandon the property, you must still complete the "Election of Proceedings" form and return it to CBP.Your options are as follows:
1. I request that CBP consider my petition administratively before forfeiture proceedings are initiated.
2. I request that CBP consider my Offer in compromise administratively before forfeiture proceedings are initiated.
3. I Abandon the property and I request that the CBP begin administrative proceedings to forfeit the property.
4. I request the CBP send my case for court
5. I request that CBP begin administrative proceedings to forfeit the property. (and consider any petition or offer in compromise.)The letter describes details for each option.