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Weathering a scammer storm

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Officials want homeowners to be leery of shady contractors that chase storm damage

By Ashley Sutter

 Inclement weather season is upon us so it's time to get prepared.

A big storm can carry hail, high winds, heavy rains and other problematic weather conditions, but one potential disaster situation homeowners are rarely prepared to handle is the flood of scammers that often follow.

The Better Business Bureau wants homeowners affected by natural disasters to be aware of storm chasers and out-of-town contractors soliciting business.


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