Friday, November 9, 2012

Job Rumors and Scams about Hurricane Sandy

There is a lot of misinformation circulating on social networks regarding the response and recovery effort for Hurricane Sandy.  FEMA has created a Hurricane Sandy: Rumor Control page that includes an on-going list of rumors and their true or false status.   Check back often, share the page and help FEMA provide accurate information about the types of assistance available.  
Currently, there are two jobs related rumors and scams that are circulating:    
1.  There are reports that FEMA is paying $1,000 to go to New York and New Jersey to clean up debris.  This is FALSE.  (November 5)  For information on how to volunteer and assist with Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, visit Serve.gov/sandy
2.  There is a spike of web traffic related to FEMA hiring cleanup crews in both New York and New Jersey. This is FALSE.  (November 2)  For information on how to volunteer and assist with Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, visit Serve.gov/sandy


 

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