"Ghost" brokers charged with offences totalling £500,000

To catch a thief

The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) said the three individuals were suspected to have been acting as ‘ghost brokers' (illegal intermediaries), targeting vulnerable communities by providing cheap motor insurance policies.

Vitaly Malaydakh (29), from Hayes, Middlesex, together with Elina Jaksone (33) and Gagik Kyriacos Manucharyan (37) from Westgate on Sea, Kent, have been charged with tax evasion, for non declaration and non payment of tax to HMRC in respect of their earnings as insurance brokers.


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