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Asia miles , Krisflyer miles , United Airlines , Emirates miles , Takashimaya , Bank Notes . SCAMMER

Please do not fall for this scam:
S$1, Krisflyer miles for sale
$7, United Airlines miles for sale
Emirates miles for sale
Asia Miles
Takashimaya
or any other air miles, vouchers, bank notes, for Bitcoin scam.

Robert Lam

Here are my account details.
Bank: HSBC
Address of bank: Head Office, 1 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong

Account name: Lam Kai Chi Robert
Account number: 502 096563 833
XBT/KASH16082015

Possible new emails thesamnanisatgmail.com,  miles4saleatgmail.com, 
carbonegroupatnokiamail.com, themarsanisatgmail.com,
samnanisanjayatgmail.com, yarosinatgmail.com, miles4pointsatgmail.com,
thelannfamilyatgmail.com, salinastoursatgmail.com,
nicole.lanzatsonnenkinder.org, jan.lanzatsonnenkinder.org ,
sunderatweibsvolk.org,
bitcoinsatsonnenkinder.org, kikovoratgmail.com, bitcoinatweibsvolk.org, jlanzatweibsvolk.org, randondonatellaatgmail.com
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Hello

For you have two options:
1. With my Asia Miles, I can book for

And return on

Miles required for each person:
Mileage calculation: 
Carrier surcharges for each person:
Taxes for each person:
Total YQ fees per person:
Total cost
or
2. With my Emirates miles:
Payment: 
I accept payment to my HSBC (Hong Kong) account only. I can also accept payment to my Citibank account here in Singapore.
Please let me know your decision as soon as possible. I have two other offers for my miles. 
Regards
Robert Lam
WhatsApp: +65-93705461 (Singapore)

Please do not fall for this scam:
S$1, Krisflyer miles for sale
$7, United Airlines miles for sale
Emirates miles for sale
Takashimaya
or any other airmiles, vouchers, bank notes, for Bitcoin scam.

new name: sanjay marsani, Kash Marsani

He may also be using the xfers payment system.

This is a scam. They will get you to send them Bitcoin in exchange
for miles. Usually giving a seemingly valid reason, like their mother
needs chemotherapy, or some other plausible reason for selling at a
discount.

They will also show you a fake passport etc. to prove their identity.

Take note- once bitcoin are sent they can not be recovered. It’s like
handing over cash and them disappearing after. Please do not fall for
this scam!

Country Singapore
distance: 7,173 Miles
Address 301 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574408
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  1. celine said on February 27, 2016 1:59 pm:

    Hi, i almost got scammed too. I think it is important to share this to everyone here. This con-man has wasted whole of my Saturday arranging flights and payments. Got me excited over the super deal i thought I’ve got.

    Today his name is James Morgan Catterall from Auckland and residing in HongKong Repulse Bay. He even sent me his HK NRIC with KrisFlyer account displaying he has 494k KF miles and his wife Olivia Catterrall has 244k miles for sale. Both are PPS Solitaire club.

    He uses a SG line despite residing in HK his SG line is +65 93705461. His asking price was $10 for 1k worth of miles, this is freaking cheap! He later offered to give me discount at $7/1k miles, which later he discounted to $6/1k miles, i did not even negotiate for any discount as i find it already super cheap.

    He seem to be super familiar with the miles systems work across all different Miles companies like Marco Polo, KF etc. and even booking of the flights, looks like a professional in this area.

    We communicated through WhatsApp the whole time. He said he will only book the flights after I’ve made the payment. Which i thought is he’s just being careful. Fair enough. Later I did explained to him that, he can proceed to book the flight for me and i will concurrently do a TT to his HK account (he provided me with a HongKong HSBC account!), i will furnish him with a TT slip which will confirms the payment. He said he can only book after the TT went through, and it is very troublesome to do a TT. I assured him that the payment will be in after he book the tickets for me, if i don’t honour the payment, he could cancel my tickets. Points will be credited back to him at a small nominal fee. He has nothing much to lose since i spent whole afternoon in coordinating the flights,

    Later, He asked if I’ve got any friends in HK able to meet him to pass him the cash, I did not want to trouble my friend so i proposed my friend to do online trsf to his account which is instant. He then suggested me to pay through bitcoin! Which is even more troublesome but he assured me that its simple and fast. Took me more than 1 hour to set up bitcoin account and to communicate with the traders there. He seemed super familiar with bitcoin functionality. He even asked me to lie to the trader in order to get the stocks. I find it weird and uncomfortable. The traders are secretive and keep asking me how did i know them?

    Bitcoin purchase requires me to use DBS to do a internet banking payment to trader’s DBS account. Which will later be used to purchase bitcoin and trsf to this Con-man.

    Finally, I’m at the payment page ready t pay S$2700, i felt kinda uneasy. So i raised this whole matter to my brother. Thank god, he’s such a sharp chap. He uses his phone to call this con-man and guess that, it is LOCAL TONE!!!! He is not in HK!!!!!!!

    We did some search online using his mobile no and ended up here in this forum and many other forums! So many people got conned and i was almost one of them!

    I must say he’s a professional con-man! However a PPS Solitaire club holder will not waste time to sell miles the whole day for that little money! I hope no one else gets cheated. I chance upon him through carousel which i will report this up to Carousel too!

  2. Celine said on February 27, 2016 4:02 pm:

    I think this is the longest post i’ve ever written. I just wanted to share with my friends on my almost-got-conned experience so you will not fall into any of such traps.

    Today i came across this sweet deal on Krisflyer Air Miles purchase through Carousel (My first time using Carousel). I met this Con-man who wasted whole of my Saturday arranging flights and payments. Got me excited over the sweet deal i thought I’ve got.

    Today, his name is James Morgan Catterall from Auckland and residing in HongKong Repulse Bay. Apparently, he has many identities which later i found out. He even sent me his HK NRIC with KrisFlyer account displaying he has 494k KF miles and his wife Olivia Catterrall has 244k miles for sale. Both are from PPS Solitaire club.

    He uses a SG line despite residing in HK his SG line is +65 93705461 citing he used to reside in Singapore. His asking price was $10 for 1k worth of miles, this is freaking cheap! He later offered to give me discount at $7/1k miles, which later he further discounted to $6/1k miles, i did not even negotiate for any discount as i find it already super cheap.

    He seem to be super familiar with how the miles systems work across all different Miles companies like Marco Polo, KF etc. and even booking of the flights in swift seconds, looks like a professional in this area.

    We communicated through WhatsApp the whole time. He said he will only book the flights after I’ve made the payment. Which i thought is he’s just being careful. Fair enough. Later I did explained to him that, he can proceed to book the flights for me and i will concurrently do a TT to his HK account (he provided me with a HongKong HSBC account!), i will furnish him with a TT slip which will confirm the payment. He said he can only book after the TT went through, and it is very troublesome to do a TT plus extra charges incurred to me. I assured him that the payment will be in after he book the tickets for me, if i don’t honour the payment, he could cancel my tickets. Points will be credited back to him at a small nominal fee. He has nothing much to lose since i spent whole afternoon in coordinating the flights, I am definitely a serious buyer.

    Later, He asked if I’ve got any friends in HK able to meet him to pass him the cash, I did not want to trouble my HK friend so i proposed my friend to do online trsf to his account which is instant. He refused the online payment from HK acc to his HK acc. He then suggested me to pay through bitcoin! Which is even more troublesome but he assured me that its simple and fast. Took me more than 1 hour to set up bitcoin account and to communicate with the traders there. (Looking back, i was pretty patient). He seemed super familiar with bitcoin functionality. He even asked me to lie to the traders in order to get the stocks. I find it weird and uncomfortable. The traders are secretive and keep asking me how did i know them?

    Bitcoin purchase requires me to use DBS to do a internet banking payment to trader’s DBS account. Which will later be used to purchase bitcoin and trsf to this Con-man.

    Finally, I’m at the payment page ready to pay the S$2700, i felt kinda uneasy. So i raised this whole matter to my brother. Thank god, he’s such a sharp chap. He uses a private no to call this con-man and guess what, it is LOCAL TONE!!!! He is not in HK!!!!!!!

    We did some search online using his mobile no and ended up in many forums! And realised so many people got conned and i was almost one of them!

    I must say he’s a professional con-man! However a PPS Solitaire club holder will not waste time to sell miles the whole day for that little money! I hope no one else gets cheated. I chance upon him through carousel which i will report this up to Carousel too!

    I hope you don’t laugh at my naivety. Lesson learnt!

  3. Julie said on July 6, 2016 11:46 am:

    I got scammed today . This person melvin van der flier posted on expat HK asking ppl if interested to buy his Asia mile points cos him and his wife moved back to Canada . Started off searching flights and end up reducing costs if I can pay him via bitcoin. I installed an app and he gave me an address , now I think the serial number address could be this persons money address . I went to central the Bitcoin atm machine and banked 5700 hkd and he was going to process the ticket for me before I will transfer the Bitcoin. The last post was passport number was missing asked me to update the info on my Asia mile account . When I checked my new Bitcoin app account, everything was too late . I saw there is a debt transaction on the app. I’m still trying to contact this person on what’s app

  4. Julie said on July 7, 2016 2:32 am:

    Please be alert for FB post from this guy : Kash Mansari . You can find so many posts about selling his Asia miles and Singapore airline and Emirates points . Also melvin is his other name and the wife Asia mile account name is Olivia van der Flier 1557334112 and Melvin van der flier . I reported to Asia mile for investigate and will report to HK police as well

  5. curb said on August 6, 2016 3:11 pm:

    please see my almost BC scam post with Melvin Van Der Flier

  6. ChesterSean said on November 3, 2016 3:57 pm:

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    His new number: +1 (709) 400-2701
    New name as of today: Melvin Jensen, wife Olivia Jensen
    Very friendly and helpful guy, even tells you travel tips, shares about his “life” and seems like a cool Caucasian old man. Even sent me loving pictures of him with his 20+ year old Thailand wife on Emirates flight, if that is even him. Funniest thing? Shares with me on the MANY occasions HE has been victim of scammers who scammed him of his (non-existent) miles.

    Took enough precautions not to get scammed. Pays to be paranoid. Asked me to prepare bitcoins on my account and he would transfer me the Asia miles first. I only have to send him the bitcoins AFTER the miles are reflected on my account. Sounds legit, right? So cheap too. $5/1000 mile. So exciting!!!!

    Was going to do so till my cousin did a quick search on the net. BAM! Melvin and Olivia everywhere. With the same 244k miles and 400+k miles.

    Decided to play with him, and partially hoping to scam him of his miles though I knew it would be impossible as it is probably non existent hahaha. Photoshopped a picture of a fake Bitcoin account balance to show him. He got so excited! Even when there were problems when he tried to check my Bitcoin address number (obviously there’s problems, it’s fake), he was so patient, cheerful, delightful and kept thinking of new ways to solve the problems. When I copied the Bitcoin address wrongly, he was all “that’s cause you forgot to copy the first letter youuuu… He he.. do double check when you key it in!” Ended with him finally realising the photo was photoshopped and said “this is a fake. It’s photoshopped. Now it’s all clear. The bitcoins doesn’t exist” (thinking he’s some smart detective who caught me hahaha) And I ended with “what the hell? Fake???? like you are?

  7. Misbah said on December 30, 2016 7:07 am:

    I got conned £700 today by this man the exact way mentioned by all of you! I didn’t even send the money! He got into my bitcoin account, can I just ask where is he from? His name was Melvin jenson to me. I am really upset!

  8. Nor Nazrenah said on January 28, 2017 2:35 am:

    Hey i’m just a 20 y o girl who wants to travel around the world and I want to try to get on redemption tix, so i went online to find the cheapest and i found Kash Mansari.. What he said is very convicing and I ended up paying $2.2K SGD to him.. and he never replied back.. I’ve got scammed and I’m so disappointed with myself… I really dk what to do..

  9. Jay said on February 18, 2017 1:35 pm:

    I got conned out of CAD$4k using bitcoins. Very smooth operator. Looking back, there were a number of hints that this could be a conman but I was too keen on the very attractive price being offered for 1.4 million skywards miles. My story is very similar to the others shares here – he operated in the name of Melvin Janssen. Stay clear of this guy.

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