I just received this email from Singapore Airlines: During our random audit check we noticed that your accruals were made differently from the name sequence in your KrisFlyer (KF) Name Profile. We would like to highlight that your KF Name Profile sequence is as follows: Family Name: taken out for anonymity* Given Name: However, we noticed your recent transfer of mileage accrual transactions were accrued under name as shown below: Family Name: Given Name: Date of Transaction: this fall* Non-Air Partner: American Express USA Number of KrisFlyer Miles: over 100k* The accruals were flagged out as "Name Mismatch" against your KF Profile Name. . Pooling of miles is strictly prohibited under the KrisFlyer Membership Programme. In the event above KrisFlyer miles do belong to you, please provide us the copy of your bank statement to support the claim and send it to our email address via facsimile but if not belong to you, Singapore Airlines reserves the right to remove ineligible miles from your account. The ineligible equivalent bank points will be returned to the original credit cardholder and to facilitate the return of the miles back to the bank, we would request for the MR numbers of all the persons who had transferred their miles to your KrisFlyer account. If you have any queries on this please do not hesitate to call or e-mail us. I don't know how to handle this. I didn't know that you couldn't share miles with a spouse. I used a mile/trip booking service and he advised me to ignore this email. Said he's never had this happen and never had any clients audited with kris flyer. How should I proceed? Get my husband to add me as an authorized user to his amex plat. for the $175 or whatever it is and send a copy of my name on the account (in the hopes it doesn't show join date)? Ignore? Email back explaining we are a married couple it's a family trip and basically plead ignorance?