East Coast Scams Scarier Than 'Frankenstorm'
by Broderick Perkins
As with so many other hurricanes and tropical storms, as soon as the
weather pattern dubbed "Frankenstorm" passes through the East Coast,
scam artists will descend upon ravaged communities in an attempt to
re-victimize property owners already suffering from Mother Nature's
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) initially dubbed Hurricane Sandy
"Frankenstorm" for it's potential to become a horrific "perfect storm"
on Halloween. The forecast eased off a bit once the storm hit land and
became less intensive.
Nevertheless, the storm was still packing hurricane gusts
in some locations Monday and early Tuesday (All Hallows Eve) as some
estimates put potential damages in the storm area at $10 to $20 billion
with the safety of homes and other properties in the balance. At one
point an estimated 6.5 million homes were without power.
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