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June 27, 2017 - Residents should be advised of a local scam involving individuals posing as Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) representatives. These individuals are going door to door, handing out SERVPRO business cards, and asking for money.
FEMA representatives are not in the community to assess local damages at this time. More importantly, FEMA representatives will never ask for money. Do not provide money to individuals posing as FEMA representatives. Do not release personal information to someone you do not know who shows up at your doorstep.
If and when FEMA visits the community, announcements will be made through local media.
If you encounter one of these individuals, please contact the Midland Police Department at 989-631-5716.
Do not be alarmed to see SERVPRO out in the community. However, residents can properly identify a person as a SERVPRO employee if he/she is in a marked green SERVPRO vehicle, has ID, and will not represent themselves as ’from FEMA’. If you want to verify that a person you’ve been in contact with works for SERVPRO, call (877) 818-7127.