FEMA warns of fraud after residents’ identities were used to claim benefits

FEMA’s mobile registration intake center has been traveling around Seminole County since Hurricane Ian struck, offering an easy way to apply for aid. But officials say some residents are getting an unexpected notification.

Anita Simmons said she brought her mom to FEMA’s mobile site after portions of her home in Altamonte Springs were damaged. She said the side porch was damaged, and the utility room and den were destroyed.

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“When the guy was filling out

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