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FEMA/SERVPRO Visit Scam: How It Works

Criminals pose themselves as representatives of FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), having nothing to do with the real organization - so beware! They are knocking door-to-door and give residents SERVPRO cards while asking for money.

Be very careful as it could happen to you as well.


FEMA/SERVPRO Visit Scam: How To Avoid

SERVPRO employees drive green vehicles that are marked with the company's name. The employees also have identification and business cards. They will not represent themselves as being from FEMA.

Ask for an address, phone number, email or website and contact the organization directly to verify the person's name and contact information they provided. If you suspect foul play contact the police immediately.


FEMA/SERPRO Visit Scam: How To Report

Make your family and friends aware of this scam by sharing it on social media. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

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