I suspect Global QSL is not operating. Here are my reasons. The website is not being maintained. The top menu link for the Forum has not worked for several years. Also, the links in the 'News & Announcements' scrolling list at the right side of the home page don't work. Also, the link to the website developer, 4Z5LX DXportal.com, at the bottom of the website's pages doesn't work. GlobalQSL has a "Printed and Sent To Me' list, accessible after login from the left side at 'My Incoming QSL.' On my 'Printed & Sent To Me' page, there are 15 QSOs, which means 15 QSL cards that I should receive via my bureau. (Two QSLs in the list are from U.S. stations. I should not expect to receive those, as U.S.-to-U.S. QSLs don't go through the U.S. bureau system.) Of the remaining 13 QSLs, I have received only 4. These 4 were sent, according to the list, in 2007, 2008 and 2009. The remaining 9 that I have not received were all sent in the 2009-2014 period. In this period I have received at least one mailing from my bureau each year. But I have not received any QSL sent via GlobalQSL as long ago as 9 years, and as recently as 4 years. (There are no QSLs in the list more recent than 4 years ago.) I just this week sent an email to Azar at firstname.lastname@example.org about this. It was rejected by the receiving email server: "mailbox is full." I waited a few days and tried again with the same result. I would really like GlobalQSL to be in operation. It's a great idea, especially considering the price increase at the ARRL outgoing QSL service. The flat $7 "service fee" is a big expense for those of us, like me, who send out very few cards at a time. Given my usual very tiny outgoing QSL volume I would pay $1 or more per QSL.