QSL Cards are exchanged between Radio Amateurs to confirm communication. Whilst prior to the internet these cards were always used, some internet variants such as eQSL have replaced them for some operators. I personally prefer the old style cards, both to send and receive.
Logbook of The World and eQSL Information:
I use LoTW and eQSL.cc, therefore upload my logs weekly. I use Log4OM to manage my QSL's. Unfortunately, I do not use QRZ Log so cannot confirm via that service.
Paper QSL Information -
I usually await having 100 cards in the queue, before dispatching although for those stations who want a card quicker than that can use the direct method below.
For QSL cards sent direct please include a self addressed envelope, No need for a contribution towards return postage though.
I collect paper QSL's so appreciate cards and 100% return via the Bureau when requested.
My cards are produced by FDS-Graphics, Devon.
Latest M1VPN QSL Card (2020 - date) - Picture of St Nicholas' Church, Combe Raleigh, Devon.
M1VPN QSL Card (2015 - 2019) - Picture of St Nicholas' Church, Combe Raleigh, Devon.
M1VPN QSL Card (2003 - 2014) - Picture of a pedigree Limousin Cow, from the Trefrew Herd, Cornwall.
26SW02 - CB QSL Card from 1990 - 1995 - South West Radio Group
Please QSL via Buro, or eQSL.cc and LotW