RE: [serapier] Rapier Expiration Dates/to Steve Heydel
- THLord Edmund Cavendish,
Many thanks for the information. I appreciate such quick response. I was
imagining showing up at Gulf Wars to represent HRS Hanna in the queens
Challenge and finding out that my card had expired. Thanks for the peace of
Yours in service and friendship,
From: Steve Heydel [mailto:sheydel@...]
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 6:16 PM
Subject: [serapier] Rapier Expiration Dates
Greetings Lord Malcolm,
We have elected to follow the example of the heavy weapons fighters and
issue 4-year cards. The new cards I am issuing have an Expiration Date four
years subsequent on the last day of the month issued. There are still a lot
of cards out there with no Expiration Date noted on the card.
Your card will expire 4 years after issue date; in other words, on
THLord Edmund Cavendish
Subject: RE: to Steve Heydel from Malcolm MacPhee
> My Lord,
> In noticing your request for card renewal, the question arose as to the
> normal length of time before expiration. My card has no expiration date
> it. I have no idea if I am expired or not. Can you advise me on thisissue
> please. My original date of authorization was 4/21/00. Date of issue wasYour use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
> 9/20/00. Last item of authorization was for dagger and buckler on 7/8/01.
> Do I need to renew the card? What date dictates the expiration?
> Thank you for your kind assistance in this matter.
> Lord Malcolm MacPhee of House Bohun
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