Maybe the fraudulent award seeker should just buy a good printer and make his
own from internet images. Society in general has become suspicious and
I dont think eQSLs of any kind are likely anymore fraudulent. They are a
reflection of todays technology. Not long ago sending a card in the postal
mail was the only way. Realistically what would make the otherwise honest ham
become dishonest because fax, email, or internet eQSLs are now possible.
Answer, nothing would. And I think that fact is slowly dawning. Three years
ago only eQSL.cc acknowledged their own confirmations. Now the list of those
accepting various electronic QSLs is extensive.
And why not............we put in our time, learned our theory, CW tests too
till recently. We are honest individuals who wouldn't want an illgotten
certificate on our wall. I believe hams are honest hard working ethical
people, deserving of the colorful little piece of paper that says well done.
VE3VID Located in rural Canada
Solar power. Wood heat.
Mosley tribander @ 22m
2element delta-quad on 40m
Lots of space for dipoles,
bears and wolves......73
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Sat, 7 Nov 2009 13:50:36 -0500
> Subject: [RTTY] Any QSL's
> Cheating is always going to occur!! This is only a hobby and the only
> person who get any gratification out of achieving the goal is the person who
> did it. If he cheats, he knows that he cheated and how can that ever be
> anything but detrimental to him? What is the goal of achieving awards?
> Perhaps bragging rights, but you will not make a big payday!!
> I got my clearances in the Military easier than some amateurs would allot
> credits. Enough already!!
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