BBB Warns about Impostors Offering Disaster Relief Assistance
WESLACO – A representative with the Better Business Bureau is warning about a potential fraudster offering assistance with home repairs.
One Rio Grande Valley family says they are recovering from last week’s flooding and they are trying to move forward to receive aid.
Robert Obregon with BBB warns about the need to be careful with personal information.
He says a Weslaco woman was approached by a man who claimed to be from a disaster relief organization.
KRGV’s Trason Bragg has the details.
Watch the video above for more information.
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