Rebuilding After Disaster
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Avoid Being A Victim of a Disaster Scam
Sometimes scam artists will pretend to be FEMA inspectors and request a fee. Again, official FEMA inspectors never ask for money.
Inspectors carry official photo identification with their name printed on the badge, a FEMA seal and expiration date. The ID also includes a "property of the U.S." disclaimer, a return address and a bar code.
If you suspect foul play, or any other crime connected to the disaster, such as someone making fraudulent claims about damage, please contact your local police or call the Inspector General's fraud hotline at: 800-323-8608.
Read the full article, Be Alert for Inspectors Pretending to by from FEMA