This is what happens when one doesn’t have a full address on qrz.com

For various reasons I don’t have my full address showing openly on qrz.com but it’s there in the form of a QR code.  I’m also QTHR in any callbook.

Luckily Royal Mail and the Post Office are on the ball.

This arrived today.

Envelope delivered from China

Envelope delivered from China

That’s the second QSL card I’ve had delivered with that ‘address’ on it.  People knock the post office but they did a great job with this one.

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2 Responses to This is what happens when one doesn’t have a full address on qrz.com

  1. Bas PE4BAS says:

    Hi Keith, that’a great job. Luck your full name is there. What is QTHR?? And how to scan a QR code without a QR device? I got a QR program on my phone but it doesn’t get your QR code from the website right? Could be my faulty device of course…73, Bas

  2. Sean - VA5LF says:

    Wow! That’s pretty good work on the part of the Post! My solution to the address on the internet issue was to get a post office box. Luckily, they have them for rent at the University where I work.

    73
    Sean

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