Last month we wrote about someone in Australia who had been charged with $456,000 in frequent flyer fraud. This person’s first court date in October has been extended until Nov. 21 as he prepares his defense. This unique case involves the deception of over 10 million miles accumulated in 28 different account. We think we’ve pieced together how it was done but aren’t in the business of teaching you bad tricks. We will however continue to watch the progress of this case. And in or research of this found that another Australian has been charged in a separate case involving frequent flyer fraud, but only involving a few hundred thousand miles. It is not know yet if these two cases might be related.