Luxury goods scam: 6 civil cases filed to recover money paid for Rolex watches, other items

Pi Jiapeng and his wife, Pansuk Siriwipa, allegedly collected payments for luxury items - mostly watches and handbags - worth at least $32 million. PHOTOS: KLVNJP123_/INSTAGRAM, SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS
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SINGAPORE - Six civil cases have been filed by customers of Tradenation and Tradeluxury to get back the money they paid for luxury goods, mostly Rolex watches, that were never delivered.

The claimants in the six cases - three of which were filed in the High Court, two in the State Courts and one in the Small Claims Tribunals - are seeking to recover more than $6.7 million in total.

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