WARRANTS are out for the arrest of two British expats who are alleged to have defrauded dozens of their fellow countrymen out of millions of baht.
Neil Robbirt, CEO of Global Investments, is wanted by the Thai authorities for running an illegal company that sold dodgy insurance policies and investment schemes from his office in Sukhumvit 31.
Robbirt was prominent in the notorious LM land scheme in Australia that conned dozens of Bangkok expats with its outrageous claims. He is thought to have escaped from Thailand and now lives in the UK.
Meanwhile, former British Chamber of Commerce Thailand board member Steve Graham has also fled these shores while on bail for allegedly scamming a long list of expats and Thais in some different schemes.
These range from illegal property deals and non-payment of loans and salaries, to unresolved tax liabilities. The Pattaya-based businessman is thought to be residing in the UK.