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Discussion: How long does it take to update SSUSA card?

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Oct. 19, 2013
17Black
Men's 50
219 posts
How long does it take to update SSUSA card?
Entered our team last week in Winter Nationals in the Fort Myers 2014 tournament in November. Also updated my SSUSA card since mine expired after 5 years.

We are playing 50 Major.

Looking over our roster as I was adding it on-line, my personal ID still shows expired, and a couple other guys said they also updated their ID's last week and also shows expired.

Just asking how long before those refresh? I'm guessing something to do "maybe" with this being October 2013 and 2014 starts with SSUSA November 1st?? But other guys with current 5 year ID's were added to roster with non expired ID's

Oct. 19, 2013
TexasTransplant
Men's 70
418 posts
This thread from a couple of weeks ago may answer your question:

Oct. 1, 2013
garyheifner
276 posts
New player cards
STAFF--Just curious.

Moving up to 70s next year. Sent my stuff in for new 5 year card in August. Any chance we will get the new card before the winter nationals in Nov. ???????
Oct. 4, 2013
TexasTransplant
Men's 65
385 posts
Gary, I just renewed by phone last week. Just like you, 65 moving to 70 and a 5 year renewal (was that overly optimistic?). I was advised by Stephanie that they would not issue new cards until they could "flip the data base to 2014" which would not happen until mid-Oct. She said tournament officials for Ft Myers and Phoenix were aware of the situation and would have the renewal information and that you could check in with your old card if you have not received your new one. It would be nice to see some confirmation from SSUSA on this board.
Oct. 4, 2013
SSUSA Staff
867 posts
Stephanie is correct
Oct. 22, 2013
#6
Men's 60
1183 posts
I did both SSUSA and Spa online the same day, I have already received my Spa card ??????????????????
Oct. 22, 2013
garyheifner
354 posts
Texas T

One of our guys called out and was told what you are saying. Simply show your old card and they might ask for a driver's license. We should not get any hassle.
Oct. 22, 2013
TexasTransplant
Men's 70
418 posts
I'm not concerned about it at all. I've got the old card, an e-mail from Stephanie at SSUSA and will take my Mastercard bill where the charge came through just in case. Hope to see you in Ft Myers, Gary.

Oct. 22, 2013
garyheifner
354 posts
Texas T

My Gray Sox will be playing at the 70 AAA level in Ft. Meyers. Are you going there and what level/team will you be at/with.
Oct. 22, 2013
TexasTransplant
Men's 70
418 posts
Gary,
I will be playing 65AA with the Dallas Spurs, so I guess we will be at different fields. Good luck down there.
Oct. 23, 2013
17Black
Men's 50
219 posts
THANKS to all, I am not worried about having the physical card in my possession.

I am trying to update on-line roster, tournament is in two weeks.

Still says several guys on my team are expired, although I know I personally called SSUSA over a week ago, (as did other players) they took credit card over the phone, shows on my credit card statement.

We are still "expired" on the on-line roster for Winter Nationals in Ft Myers.

Also we have new guys who registered with SSUSA,just turned 50, same drill, all paid for, their names don't come up yet to even add to the on-line roster???

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