CQ Mag back to their old tricks

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WR3V, Dec 24, 2019.

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  1. WE4B

    WE4B Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have the digital Dec 2019 and have gotten my Jan 202 digital issue.
     
  2. WR3V

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    I meant the print issue. If they dont print it, they may not be able to bootleg it to MagazineLib.
     
  3. WR3V

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  4. WR3V

    WR3V Ham Member QRZ Page

    3 guesses what didn't show up again today?
     
  5. W3WN

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    Do the first two count?
     
  6. WR3V

    WR3V Ham Member QRZ Page

    Only in CQ liars court.
     
  7. W3WN

    W3WN Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Wow. Harsh, dude. Harsh. (And you ruined the joke.)
     
  8. WB8NUT

    WB8NUT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Folks, just stop subscribing!!!! They will continue to lie about delivery. This has been going on now for what...five years as I recall. Stop giving them any money for print or digital. Companies who cannot treat customers fairly and truthfully need to go out of business. We do not need companies like this in the amateur radio industry.
     
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  9. WR3V

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    I have, but want my remaining issues. Tuesday January 14th, and no print December. No shame liars.
     
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  10. K9STH

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    A friend of mine said that he received the "Christmas" issue of CQ in the mail yesterday. He also said that they had reproduced my first FM column from January 1971!

    I have not seen this issue so cannot confirm what is in there. However, CQ actually did pay for that column, it was a goodly portion of 1973 that they did not pay, and also had first reprint rights. So, if that column was in the latest issue, then CQ did have the right to reproduce the column.

    Glen, K9STH
     

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