Google Street View Class Action Lawsuit

Google Street View Class Action Lawsuit

The settlement will benefit individuals who used a wireless network device between Jan. 1, 2007 and May 15, 2010. The wireless network device must have been accessed by Google’s Street View vehicles and unencrypted “Payload Data” must have been obtained. You may be eligible for a potential award from the Google Street View Class Action Lawsuit!

According to the class action, Google was charged for violating the Federal Wiretap Act. The plaintiffs said that Google illegally intercepted the electronic communications of those without passwords on their routers and other wireless devices with their Street View vehicles.

So if you are eligible, file a claim by January 1, 2020 to receive your potential award!

Google Street View Class Action Lawsuit

  • Claim Form Deadline: January 1, 2020
  • Who’s Eligible: Class Members include those “used a wireless network device from which Google’s Street View vehicles in the United States obtained unencrypted Payload Data between January 1, 2007 and May 15, 2010.”
  • Estimated Amount: No cash payment. Google has agreed to destroy and refrain from collecting such data.
  • Proof of Purchase: N/A
  • Case Name & Number: In re: Google Inc. Street View Electronic Communications Litigation, MDL No. 2184, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

(Click here to file a claim)

How To File a Claim

  1. Head over to the Google Street View Claim Form.
  2. Look over the claim form to see if you are eligible.
  3. Complete the claim form with your information.
  4. Submit your claim by January 1, 2020 to receive your potential award!

Bottom Line

The settlement will benefit individuals who used a wireless network device between Jan. 1, 2007 and May 15, 2010. The wireless network device must have been accessed by Google’s Street View vehicles and unencrypted “Payload Data” must have been obtained. You may be eligible for a potential award from the Google Street View Class Action Lawsuit!

If you are eligible, file a claim by the deadline to receive your potential award! Don’t forget to take a look at our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!

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No change in leadership for Singapore Democratic Party ahead of General Election

The composition of the Central Executive Committee (CEC) of the SDP remained largely unchanged following party elections at its 19th Ordinary Party Conference held this evening at its headquarters.

Prof Paul Tambyah was re-elected Chairman and Dr Chee Soon Juan as Secretary-General. The following were also elected into the CEC: Christopher Ang, Damanhuri Abas, Jufri Salim, Khung Wai Yeen, Bryan Lim, Gerald Sng, John Tan, Matthew Tan, Wong Souk Yee, and Francis Yong.

Prof Tambyah opened the conference by urging members to step up the campaign to “get our message across to the people of Singapore so that they know more about the SDP, who we are, what we stand for and why we should be in parliament to advocate for a more just and democratic Singapore.”

“We are not afraid of challenges or difficult tasks,” he continued, “The difficult in fact is what the SDP specialises in.”

Following the CEC elections, Dr Chee commented that “The unchanged line-up reflects the confidence party cadres have of the effectiveness of the current leadership,” Dr Chee said. “It puts the SDP in a strong position to conduct a first-rate campaign in the coming general election (GE).”

In his address to party members, the Secretary-General highlighted the series of activities conducted this year in the anticipation of the GE. Among them were a series of policy launches, the publication of the party’s manifesto and the recent pre-election rally held at Hong Lim Park.

He said that these events were conducted in a professional manner befitting a competent party. It is said that SDP has seen growth in recent months and years in terms of membership and public support as a result of such events.

Particularly encouraging is the growing number of younger members in the party, said Dr Chee. He noted that the party must be the breeding as well as training grounds for such young leaders.

“We must provide the opportunity for the younger generation to rise and eventually assume leadership roles within the Party and, in time to come, the country,” he added.

The SDP chief also called on those who wish to join the party not to do so for self-serving and opportunistic ends. He said that the SDP has grown because of members who genuinely subscribe to what the Party believes in and stands for: Putting people before profit, rights before riches, and wisdom before wealth.

If you do this, he said, you will go far as the SDP will go far: “You will succeed not because of your individual talent but because of the collective grit, the pa see boh zhao spirit of all in the Party.”

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Can you imagine if the world run out of energy source? The world will go dark, cold and still! Think about it, the daily conveniences you used to enjoy and maybe take for granted because you can easily have them frequently, all gone. How you can easily charge your mobile phones and smart devices when…

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Brookfield Asset Management’s (TSX:BAM.A) Growth Strategy Is Inspiring Others

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Brookfield Asset Management (TSX:BAM.A)(NYSE:BAM) has been one of the best-performing stocks over the past decade. Investors who bet on the stock at the end of the 2008 financial crisis have more than sextupled their capital over 10 years. 

Along the way, the company has been a steady dividend payer as well. While the current yield, at 1.16%, is far from impressive, the company has managed to sustain its payout for over two decades and across two major market corrections. 

That sort of robustness has made Brookfield a favourite among passive-income-seeking investors. Now, the company’s unique strategy to generate wealth is inspiring other publicly traded companies to follow the same framework. Here’s a closer look at Brookfield’s secret sauce.

The Brookfield playbook

Brookfield’s business model is as simple as it is clever — raise external capital as an asset manager and combine the float with internal capital to make investments. In other words, Brookfield gets paid to hold its float through money-management fees.

This is similar to the same way Warren Buffett gets paid to hold insurance float through regular premiums. The difference with Brookfield is that its various subsidiaries, focused on renewable energy, middle-market business financing, real estate, and infrastructure, are also publicly listed to enhance external capital. 

The key to making this model work is to sustain better-than-average investment performance. The fact that Brookfield’s assets under management have compounded at a rate of 16% over the last five years suggests this strategy is working out beautifully. 

Replicating the model

With Brookfield’s track record of success, it was only a matter of time before other asset managers decided to follow the same model. On its recent analyst call, Tricon Capital Group’s (TSX:TCN) management admitted that they were inspired by Brookfield’s phenomenal growth:

“If you believe you’ve heard this before…[it’s] because you have,” said Gary Berman, Tricon’s president and CEO while describing the company’s game plan. “And there is another large Toronto-based asset manager that has done this extremely successfully. And we plan to replicate it — replicate this playbook.”

At its core, Tricon is an asset manager with US$7.3 billion (CAD$9.6 billion) under management. The company’s various subsidiaries are focused on providing rental units for single families, equity financing for home builders and asset management services for property investors. 

The fees generated from managing third-party capital is used to cover the company’s corporate overheads. 

Has the model been working for Tricon, too? Well, the stock is up nearly 40% over the past three years and book value per share has compounded at a rate of 20% since 2012. The team now wants to raise external capital by another 15% over the next three years to keep growing. 

As a lesser-known stock, Tricon seems to be more reasonably valued than Brookfield. The current stock price is only nine times annual earnings and less than the book value per share. 

Bottom line

Managing external capital to generate fees and enhance investment performance now seems like a proven strategy for wealth creation. Brookfield has had the most success with this framework, but others like Tricon are starting to replicate it successfully. 

Both stocks should probably be on your radar if you’re seeking steady income growth. 

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United Explorer Business Card 100,000 Bonus Miles ($1,400 Value)

United Explorer Business Card BonusChase is offering up to 100,000 bonus miles as a limited time offer with the UnitedSM Explorer Business Card. Earn 50,000 bonus miles after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months your account is open. Plus, 50,000 bonus miles after you spend $25,000 total on purchases in the first 6 months your account is open.

Cardholders earn 2X miles per $1 at restaurants, gas stations and office supply stores. In addition, earn 2X miles per $1 for United purchases.

This card comes with an annual fee of $95.

The 5/24 Chase rule applies for this card. Plus, this bonus offer is available to you if you don’t have this card and haven’t received a new cardmember bonus for this card in the past 24 months.

The United Business Explorer from Chase is perfect for those who frequently fly with United. Enjoy plenty of opportunities to earn extra miles through bonuses and purchases charged to it. On top of that, earn great flight-specific perks, including priority boarding. However, if you value flexibility over loyalty to United, you will likely get a better value out of generic travel rewards or cash back business cards.

*  The UnitedSM Explorer Business Card is issued by Chase Bank. They also offer great sign-up bonuses for their Checking/Savings accounts. You can also compare this card with other credit card bonuses!

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Chase United Explorer Business Card Summary

UnitedSM Explorer Business Card
Chase United Explorer Business Card

Bonus Available Earn 50,000 bonus miles after you make at least $5,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of account opening.

Plus, 50,000 bonus miles after you spend $25,000 total on purchases in the first 6 months your account is open.

*Bonus Value $1,400
Travel Credit No travel credit
Ongoing Rewards/Benefits 2 miles for every $1 spent on United, restaurants, gas stations and office supply stores, and 1 mile for every $1 spent on all other purchases.

Free 1st checked bag for you and one travel companion.

Priority boarding for you and your travel companions.

Complimentary upgrades on United-operated flights (when available).

Employee cards at no additional cost.

Foreign Transaction Fees None
Airport Lounge Access 2 United Club one-time passes after account opening and each yearly account anniversary.
Annual  Fee $95

* Bonus value is an estimated value calculated by HustlerMoneyBlog and not the card issuer.
View the latest valuations here.

Recommended Free Credit Score (Get Free Score)

690 – 850 (Good – Excellent)

PROS

  • Bonus miles
  • Free 1st checked bag
  • Priority boarding
  • Lounge access
  • Complimentary upgrade
  • Partner airlines
  • No foreign transaction fee

CONS

  • Annual fee
  • Good-Excellent credit needed to qualify
  • Best for frequent United flyers

Editor’s Alternate Pick

Chase Ink Preferred card
The Chase Ink Business PreferredSM Card offers 80,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That’s $1,000 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®.

You’ll earn 3 points per $1 on the first $150,000 spent on travel and select business categories each account anniversary year; 1 point per $1 on all other purchases – with no limit to the amount you can earn. Furthermore, points are worth 25% more when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.

This card does come with a $95 annual fee but does not have any foreign transaction fees.


United Explorer Business Card 100,000 Bonus Miles

Make use of the United Explorer Business Card’s total 100,000 MileagePlus bonus miles offer, it’s a good welcome bonus considering other cards that has similar annual fees.

In order to qualify for the offer, you’ll need to charge $5,000 in purchases within the first three months of opening your account for the first 50,000 miles. Get the second 50,000 miles after you spend $25,000 in purchases within the first six months your account is open.

Here are some ideas on meeting the spending requirements:

Meeting Credit Card Bonus Spending Requirements
Plastiq – Using Plastiq allows you to pay for your personal expenses such as rent, tuition, mortgage, auto lease etc. Although they charge a 2.5% processing fee for using your credit card, this will contribute to the card bonus that you will receive. There is also a referral program that allows you to earn “Free-Free Dollars” that goes towards processing fees as well.
Funding Checking Accounts – When it comes to funding a checking account, opening your initial deposit with a credit card is the usual way to go about it. However, if you want to have more opportunities, you should open a checking account that offers a sign-up bonus. This allows you to work towards bonuses from not one but two different sources instead. Banks like Chase, Huntington Bank, TD Bank and BBVA offers credit card funding, and for your opening deposit, you can often fund anywhere from $50-$1000 with a credit card, depending on the bank.
Gift Card Purchases With Using a Credit Card – Another way to acquire the bonus is using your credit card to purchase gift cards. Buying a a gift card or an individual merchant card typically do not require a purchase fee and are used towards leisure, so gift cards are ideal. However, gift cards such as a Visa or American Express do incur purchase fees because they can be spent anywhere, but gift cards that are specifically for a certain online shopping site such as Amazon or eBay don’t.
As for a Citi Credit Card, you should call customer service and ask them to lower your Cash Advance limit to $0 before making any purchases because Citi tends to read gift card purchases as a Cash Advance.

Ideally, you should do this with any card just to be safe. Lastly, there is such thing as a discounted gift card which can be purchased on Raise or eBay. If you use a credit card often for everyday purchases, it can build your credit score that will contribute towards paying for things such as bills and taxes.

Alternative Ways to Meet Spending Requirements


What are MileagePlus Miles Worth?

Your miles’ worth depends on how you use them, on average each MileagePlus mile is worth around $0.014. When ready to redeem you MileagePlus miles,  you can redeem them for:

  • Flights & upgrades (United Airlines & Star Alliance partners)
  • Travel (hotel stays, car rentals, cruises)
  • Enhanced travel (United Club membership, WiFi, etc.)
  • Dining
  • Merchandise
  • Gift cards
  • Experiences
  • Subscriptions (magazines & newspapers)
  • Donations

To get the maximum value of your rewards, redeem them for flights and seat upgrades on United and Star Alliance partners since all other options will give you a per-mile value of less than $0.01.

Star Alliance Member Airlines

Adria Aegean Air Canada
Air China Air India Air New Zealand
ANA Asiana Airlines Austrian Airlines
Avianca Brussels Airlines Copa Airlines
Croatia Airlines EgyptAir Ethiopian Airlines
EVA Air LOT Polish Airlines Lufthansa
SAS Shenzhen Airlines Singapore Airlines
South African Airways Swiss International Airways Air Portugal
Thai Airways International Turkish Airlines

Other worldwide Unite partners include:

Aer Lingus Aeromar AirDolomiti
Azul Brazilian Airlines Boutique Air Cape Air
Edelweiss Eurowings Hawaiian Airlines
Olympic Air Silver Airways

United Explorer Business Card Top Features

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Welcome Offer

You can earn up to 100,000 after qualifying purchases with their welcome bonus. To earn the first 50,000 miles after making at least $5,000 in purchases with in the first 3 months of account opening, then earn the second 50,000 miles after your spend $25,000 total on purchases in the first 6 months your account is open.

Earn United Miles

You can earn 2 miles per $1 spent on purchases at restaurants, gas stations, and office supply stores. Then, earn 2 miles per $1 spent on tickets purchased from United. All other purchases earn 1 mile per $1 spent. Miles don’t expire as long as your credit card account is open. There’s no limit to the number of miles you can earn.

When you’re a United Explorer Business Cardholder, you get the following benefits:

  • Free First Checked Bag: Save up to $120 per roundtrip
    • The primary Cardmember and one companion traveling on the same reservation will each receive their first standard checked bag free. This is essentially a $30 value for the first checked bag, each way, per person. Flights must be operated by United. Tickets must be purchased with the United Explorer Card.
  • Priority Boarding: The primary Cardmember and companions on the same reservation will be invited to board United-operated flights prior to general boarding.
  • Two United Club Passes: Take some time to relax before your flight with two United ClubSM one-time passes, which will be deposited into your MileagePlus account after account opening and each year for your Cardmember anniversary – over a $100 value. Enjoy complimentary beverages, snacks, and amenities like workspaces, free Wi-Fi and more.
  • Premier Upgrades on Award Tickets: Cardmembers traveling on an award ticket can take advantage of Complimentary Premier Upgrades on United-operated flights when available.

You add employee cards to your account at no extra cost, plus miles earned from their purchases accrue in your account so you can earn rewards faster.

Plus, you can set up individual spending limits for each card, so you can manage your company’s budget better.

The United Explorer Business Card won’t incur foreign transaction fees when you spend abroad.


Additional Benefits

  • Travel & Purchase Coverage
    • Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver
    • Baggage Delay Insurance
    • Lost Luggage Reimbursement
    • Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption Insurance
    • Trip Delay Reimbursement
    • Purchase Protection
    • Visa Concierge
  • Contactless (Just Tap To Pay)
    • For fast, easy and secure checkout simply tap to pay where you see the Contactless symbol. For more information, please see www.chase.com/contactless.

Bottom Line

If you fly a lot with your business and you’re looking for a good card to carry, consider the UnitedSM Explorer Business Card. Earn more United Airlines MileagePlus miles at a faster rate. Plus, get all the great United Airlines perks for a $95 annual fee.

However, if you’re looking for cash back options or you don’t have a business, feel free to check out our full list of the best credit card bonuses to find out which one suits your needs.

UnitedSM Explorer Business Card
Chase United Explorer Business Card


Who’s the Competition?

* Below are some of the top competitors to the United Explorer Business Card to consider.

Chase Ink Preferred card
The Chase Ink Business PreferredSM Card offers 80,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That’s $1,000 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®.

You’ll earn 3 points per $1 on the first $150,000 spent on travel and select business categories each account anniversary year; 1 point per $1 on all other purchases – with no limit to the amount you can earn. Furthermore, points are worth 25% more when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.

This card does come with a $95 annual fee but does not have any foreign transaction fees.

Chase Sapphire Preferred Card
The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card offers 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That’s $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®!

You’ll earn 2X points on travel and dining at restaurants worldwide; 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases. And when you redeem your points for airfare, hotels, car rentals and cruises through Chase Ultimate Rewards, you’ll get 25% more value!

 Capital One Spark Miles Business card

The Capital One® Spark® Miles for Business offers up to 200,000 bonus miles worth up to $2,000 to spend on travel—flights, hotels & more as a limited time offer. Earn 50,000 bonus miles when you spend $5,000 in the first 3 months and earn 150,000 bonus miles when you spend $50,000 in the first 6 months of your account opening.

Your miles won’t expire for the life of the account, and there are no categories to limit where or what you buy and you can earn 2 miles per $1 on every purchase.

There is an annual fee of $95, however, there is a $0 intro annual fee for the first year. Enjoy no foreign transaction fees and fly on any airline, anytime, with no blackout dates or seat restrictions.

Chase Ink Business Cash Card
The Chase Ink Business CashSM Card offers $500 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.

You’ll earn 5% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at office supply stores and on internet, cable and phone services each account anniversary year, 2% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at gas stations and restaurants each account anniversary year, & % cash back on all other card purchases with no limit to the amount you can earn.

This card comes with no annual fee. You’ll be able to take advantage of employee cards at no additional cost & the 0% introductory APR for 12 months on purchases.

Capital One Spark Cash Business

The Capital One® Spark® Cash for Business offers up to $2,000 in cash bonuses as a limited time offer. Earn a $500 cash bonus when you spend $5,000 in the first 3 months and earn $1,500 when you spend $50,000 in the first 6 months of your account opening.

You’re able to earn an unlimited 2% cash back could mean thousands of dollars each year going back into your business. Use Spark Cash across all your business spend, with no categories to limit your purchasing.

This card does come with a $95 annual fee, however, there is a $0 intro annual fee for the first year.

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