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Wed Jan 4 11:57:19 EST 2017
But to us, that is like us having a Stateside Buro.
I really wonder why one hasn't started for stateside stuff.
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On 1/3/2017 8:01 PM, Ria Jairam wrote:
> For Europeans the picture is very different. A lot of them use bureau
> QSLing as their primary means of card sending and receiving.
> - Ria, N2RJ
> On Tue, Jan 3, 2017 at 8:00 PM W0MU Mike Fatchett <w0mu at w0mu.com> wrote:
>> If I need a card, the buro was never the answer. If they are for band
>> fills, etc sure and I just hope to get something back. I bet my buro
>> return rate is less than 10 percent.
>> On 1/3/2017 10:44 AM, DXer wrote:
>>> Just a guess...to let the sending bureau and/or ham know that they tried,
>>> but were unable to deliver the cards, and make 'adjustments'. Something
>>> like the post office returning undelivered mail, instead of round filling
>>> them. I would not want QSL cards to be treated as 'junk mail'.
>>> 73 de Vince, VA3VF
>>> Why would anyone return unwanted cards? It sure would have helped the
>>> environmental impact by putting them in the recycling bin........Right?
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