BBB Warns Consumers to Watchout for Storm Chasers after Hurricane Ian

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Better Business Bureau warns consumers that in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, watch out for storm chasers going door-to-door looking to take advantage of people. The moments after a hurricane can feel overwhelming and leave many people with damage to their homes. Hurricane victims should never feel pressured to make a hasty decision or choose an unknown contractor. Make temporary repairs if necessary so you can take the time to choose a trustworthy contractor. BBB’s Florida Hurricane Guide is a one-stop resource page to help Floridians prepare and recover from a hurricane. Within this hurricane guide, you will find guidance on disaster preparedness, recovery and repair, and how to avoid scams post-hurricane. 

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