Discussion in 'Ham Radio Gear For Sale' started by AA7BQ, May 28, 2019.
I was able to get my information uploaded. It took two three attempts.
Exactly! Apparently you haven't read this thread either. In post #59 of this thread Fred explains that QRZ 's policy regarding collecting personal information, " . . . and we do everything we can to avoid asking for it. When we must, however, we try and keep it to the absolute minimum, and we delete or destroy it as soon as practicable." You weren't in possession of all the facts because you hadn't bothered to read, or you read and didn't understand. But you decided to make your smartass comment anyway and you wonder why people are losing their patience with those few who don't read, or don't understand what they do read, or can't seem to follow simple written instructions. Feel free to PM or email me if you wish to continue this conversation.
But you'll show your driver's license at a store to cash a check? Really? Overreach? Nope.
This has already been answered. The answer is NO. The image is validated then deleted ASAP. There's no reason to keep it on the server.
I tried using Chrome 75.0.3770.80 several times with no luck. Application complained that there was no upload.
Re-did the process with IE11 and it worked the first time.
Frustrating. Good goal but frustrating.
Well, I haven't done that either in the past 10-15 years. I sure as hell wouldn't send them a copy via their website!
By the way...I'm VERIFIED and you're not.
You might consider putting an email address on your QRZ page.
I had the same thought, and tried this... nope.
Tried different browser - no again.
Thanks for the suggestion...
FYI - even though there are no instructions for using my browser (Chrome) on Linux, I was able to do it by generally following the Firefox instructions. I was doing it late at night and didn't make detailed notes - sorry.
BTW - I had to request a new certificate from ARRL since I'm using a different computer than when I got the original certificate. I requested it on Saturday and they emailed me the new cert by Monday. I guess I didn't have to go through the postcard routine since I had done that previously.
This may help some folks.
Installing the key through the script works with chrome.
The script does not follow through to the "submit for verification" step until run a second time.
Now I tried a lot of things in between so don't know if they made a difference.
I restarted the browser.
I logged out and in to QRZ.
I examined the content of the key file.
I may have missed a step in the instructions ???