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In an effort to reduce spam and the spread of viruses, we are now providing this form for you to contact a person that has placed an ad on QTH.COM. After submitting this form, an e-mail will be generated and sent to BOTH you and the person that placed the ad. The e-mail will contain a copy of the ad, plus your e-mail information and your comments.

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You are responding to the following ad:

Ad Number:1419754
Date Placed:01/12/19
Name:Michael Mardit
Phone Number:914-962-5763
Callsign:WA2VQW
Category:CABLE
Heading:Heavy duty wire splice/coupler
Ad Message:These will accept up to #5 wire. They appear to be made of tinned brass stock and are HEAVY DUTY! A hole can be drilled between the two screws to make a 2 point grounding block if desired. (Compare this to Electrical supply store price of up to $5 EACH!) I also have a number of much longer grounding blocks of a similar type that can handle many more heavy wires for grounding purposes, see my other ad. I have used a number of the two point type to splice #9 solid copper radial wire to make long lengths for my 160m/80m vertical. Actual shipping cost is $5 to ship TEN pieces. Take TEN for a TEN dollar bill shipped POSTPAID to 50 states. Take 20 for $18 postpaid.

Your Response to this Ad:

Due to the amount of non-ham scammers trying to respond to the ads, I am now asking a simple question that ham operators should easily be able to answer, but scammers may not know the answer: What is the number that hams use to represent the phrase "Best Regards"? This number is typically transmitted by hams at the end of a QSO.
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