Yevgeniy Samsonov was charged with multiple counts of attempted theft and insurance fraud for filing an insurance claim seeking $20,000 for his cat that he lost in an auto accident. Samsonov claimed that the cat was like a son to him, which is why he was seeking such a large sum of money. After investigators did some online research, it was discovered that the photographs Samsonov sent in were found on the internet and he never actually owned the cat.
Buster, The Fraud Dog, Linda Webb’s fraud fighting dog, says “not-so-fast, fraudster! You can’t use your furry friend to commit fraud”. Buster vows to educate children across America in hopes that young children will become fraud fighters like him, instead of criminals and fraudsters. Buster will also highlight his fight to help stop bullying in schools, cruelty against animals, stop puppy mills, and fraudsters who use his animal friends in their fraud scams. Buster’s will take his awareness campaign into school’s across America and ask children to be aware of the fraudster who also might targeting them through texting. Buster says he has zero tolerance for the fraudster who uses animals in their fraud scams! Grrrrowllll!
To report potentially fraudulent activity, contact Linda Webb aka The Fraud Dog, leading fraud expert at 1-855-FRAUD-DOG.