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Inspector James Ross of Kent Police has issued the following message:
Please be aware of the risk of rogue traders taking advantage of the recent storm and the damage it has caused. Do not be afraid to refuse uninvited callers offering on the spot repairs or maintenance as you run the risk of poor workmanship, extortionate charges or both. If you have need of any repairs, you should contact your insurance company in the first place. If you do need to arrange a repair to me made please speak to family and friends to obtain details of recommended and trusted traders before getting a number of quotes to make a comparison.
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