Sandy Scams: Be on Alert and Let Us Help

If you suspect a Sandy scam, please contact consumer reporter Lynda Baquero

By Lynda Baquero
|  Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012  |  Updated 1:29 PM EDT
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Superstorm Sandy is expected to surpass Hurricane Irene in insurance losses, topping more than $4 billion in expected claims.

As residents clean up, clean out and rebuild, scam artists will be looking to cash in.

If you have questions about a contractor, want to report price gouging, scams or insurance problems, contact consumer reporter Lynda Baquero. She is here to inform, help and get results.

Email Lynda Baquero and the consumer team at Consumerhelp@nbcuni.com. Or call (866) News-244 (Press 2 for Lynda).

She'll get you the information, help and results you need.

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