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Wireless Customers Who Were Subject to Data Throttling by AT&T Can Apply for a Payment from the FTC

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The Federal Trade Commission opened a claims process for former AT&T customers who have yet to claim a refund stemming from the FTC’s lawsuit against the company for misleading consumers about its unlimited data plans.

Former AT&T customers may be eligible to claim a refund from the $7 million remaining in a fund created to settle allegations that the wireless provider charged for “unlimited” data plans while reducing their data speeds, a practice known as throttling.

The FTC in 2019 required AT&T to provide $60 million for refunds for failing to disclose to millions of smartphone customers with unlimited data plans that once they reached a certain amount of data use in a given billing cycle, AT&T would reduce or throttle their data speeds. Some customers experienced data speeds so slow that many common phone applications, such as web browsing and video streaming, became difficult or nearly impossible to use.

The money paid by AT&T was deposited into a fund that the company used to provide partial refunds to current and former customers who had unlimited plans that were throttled by AT&T. The company gave a bill credit to current AT&T customers and sent refund checks to former customers.

AT&T has not been able to reach everyone who was eligible for a refund. The FTC is using the remaining $7 million from the fund to provide partial refunds to consumers who meet all these requirements:

  • they are a former AT&T customer;
  • they had an unlimited data plan at some point between October 1, 2011 and June 30, 2015;
  • they experienced data throttling; and
  • they have not received a bill credit or payment from AT&T related to this matter.

Consumers who meet these requirements can submit a claim online at www. ftc.gov/ATT. Consumers can contact the claims administrator by calling 1-877-654-1982 or emailing [email protected] if they have questions or if they would like to request a claim form. Consumers have until May 18, 2023, to submit a claim.

The Federal Trade Commission works to promote competition and protect and educate consumers. Learn more about consumer topics at consumer.ftc.gov, or report fraud, scams, and bad business practices at ReportFraud.ftc.gov. Follow the FTC on social media, read consumer alerts and the business blog, and sign up to get the latest FTC news and alerts.

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am | Pebble Beach, PGA Tour Golf

2023 Tournament

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

One of the most exciting events on the PGA TOUR, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is contested annually in front of thousands of spectators and millions of television viewers on three of the Monterey Peninsula’s premier golf courses: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, and Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course. All tournament proceeds benefit charities throughout Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito Counties.

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  • 2023 Pro
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Tournament Winner: Justin Rose
Score: 269

Justin Rose won by three strokes over Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu, earning his 11th career PGA TOUR title.

 

Tournament Winner: Aaron Rodgers & Ben Silverman
Score: 189 (54-hole finish)

 

Tournament Winner: Tom Hoge
Score: 269

Tom carded 7 birdies in his final round at Pebble Beach Golf Links to claim the title.

 

Tournament Winner: Taylor Moore & Kyle Adams
Score: 264

 

Tournament Winner: Daniel Berger
Score: 270

Daniel carded four eagles in three rounds at Pebble Beach Golf Links, including a clutch final putt of 30 feet, 7 inches on the 18th hole, to claim the title.

 

Tournament Winner: Nick Taylor
Score: 198

The Canadian won for the second time on the PGA Tour. His other win came at the 2014 Sanderson Farms Championship, in 2014. While playing for the University of Washington, Taylor in 2010 was named the Ben Hogan Award winner as the nation’s top golfer.

 

Tournament Winner: Kevin Streelman & Larry Fitzgerald
Score: 254

 

Tournament Winner: Phil Mickelson
Score: 268

Phil Mickelson at age 48 became the oldest winner in tournament history, finishing a rainy week on a sunny Monday morning for his record-tying fifth victory.

 

Tournament Winner: Paul Casey and Don Colleran
Score: 253

Popular English pro Paul Casey and FedEx executive Don Colleran had to wait an extra day to capture the team title, finishing two holes on Monday morning to make it official.

 

Tournament Winner: Ted Potter, Jr.
Score: 270

Following a sizzling 62 at MPCC in the third round, Potter won a showdown with world No. 1 Dustin Johnson on Sunday for his second career win.

 

Tournament Winner: Kevin Streelman & Larry Fitzgerald
Score: 246

Members of the same golf club in Phoenix, Streelman and Fitzgerald posted the third-lowest team score in tournament history.

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Since 1947, the tournament now known as the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, has become one of the most internationally recognized stops on the PGA TOUR, and Monterey Peninsula Foundation’s grant programs continue to support hundreds of nonprofit organizations.

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Prepositions IN and ON

The main difficulty in using Russian prepositions lies in the large number of exceptions. However, first of all, it is worth understanding the basic principle – which of the prepositions to use with this or that word.

If we are talking about material objects, such as a table, wardrobe, refrigerator, box, chest of drawers, then the preposition “On” means the location on the surface of the object (on top), and “In” – inside the object.
For example:
Put clothes in chest of drawers.

Put clothes on chest of drawers.


Put the textbook on the table.

Put the textbook on the table.

Even with objects that do not have clear boundaries, such as grass, both “In” and “On” can most often be used.

Example:
We had a picnic on the grass.

A rabbit is hiding in the grass.

So, if one object is clearly located on the surface of another, we use the preposition “On”.

Attention! According to the logic of the language, this surface is represented as something open, not limited from above. This is worth remembering, because such a view of things helps to understand the logic and culture of the language, which further develops the linguistic flair.

For example:
on the street

on the bridge


on the shore


at bus stop


on the square


on the balcony


at stadium


on the market


on chair


on the sofa


on the table


on plate


on the mountain


on the island

And also the preposition “On” is used when we talk about cardinal points:
In the south, in the north, in the west, in the east.

There are a number of exceptions to this rule. Here are some of them:
We use “B” when talking about bodies of water (meaning being in the water):
Fish swim in the river.

We swim in the lake.

Also “B” is used with the word chair when referring to the person sitting in it. And with the word hand.
I like to sit in a comfortable chair.

Toddlers are taught to hold a spoon in their hand.

We use the preposition “B” when talking about an object located within another object. That is, the second one appears to be something closed, like a box. Or having clear boundaries.

For example:
in apartment

at home


in the country


in the park


in the garden

Exceptions:
at home

at the station


in stock


factory


factory


on the floor

If we are not talking about material objects, but events, then most often we use the preposition “On”.
For example:
in class

at the opera


at the exhibition

We can also say “in the opera”, but then the word “opera” goes from the category of an event to the category of a building with its walls and roof. That is, it would mean “at the opera house”

Exceptions:
while traveling

traveling


on the road


on vacation


on a business trip


in the cinema

We can’t mention absolutely all exceptions related to the use of prepositions in this article, so you may encounter others that you just need to remember.

Prepositions V or VO, S or CO, O or OB.

In Russian, there are prepositions V / VO, C / SO, O / OB . Each of these pairs of prepositions has the same meaning with a slight difference, the addition of the vowel “O”, for the convenience of pronouncing words. Let’s look at examples of when it is necessary to use a specific preposition.

Prepositions В or ВО

If the word after the preposition begins with two consonants, the first of which is V or F, then the preposition VO is used in speech and writing:

In fr agment, in fr aze, in Fr antion, in fr French, French Acone

There is a very interesting quote in a fragment of this film. – [Va fragmén′ti étava fíl′ma yest′ óchin′ in′tirésnaya tsytáta.] – There is a very interesting quote in the fragment of this film.

We tried the new summer menu in a French restaurant. – [Va frantsúskam ristaráni my papróbavali nóvaye l′étniye minyú.] – We tasted a new summer menu in the French restaurant.

Tue Orom, Tue Ornik, Tue Row, Vz Look, Vl Aden, Sun Yak

His car was in the second lane of the road. – [Yevó mashýna bylá va ftaróm ridú na darógi.] – His car was in the second row on the road.

I found my interview in yesterday’s magazine. – [Va fchiráshnim zhurnáli ya nashlá mayó intyrvyú.] – I found my interview in yesterday’s magazine.

! Also, the preposition VO is used with the following words:

Vo mn ohm, mn oh, vo es, vo and me

They took a photo on a smartphone in their entire height. – [An′i zdélali fóto na smartfón va ves′ ikh rost. ] – They took photos on the smartphone in all their height.

This book is very popular and published in many countries around the world. – [Éta kníga óchin′ papulyárna i izdayótsa va mnógikh stránakh míra.] – This book is very popular and published in many countries of the world.

Prepositions S or SO

The principle of use is the same as in the previous pair of prepositions. The letter O is added to the preposition C if the preposition is used with a word that begins with two consonants.

From a chair, with me, with tears, with everyone, with many

– Take your toy from the chair! – [Vaz′mí sa stúla svayú igrúshku!] – Take your toy from the chair.

-Who will go with me to the river today? – [Who pajdyót sivódnya sa mnoj na rechku?] – Who will to the river with me?

Prepositions O or OB

In the case of the preposition O, the letter B is added if the preposition comes before a word that begins with the vowels A, I, O, U, E.