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With property damage estimates topping out at $20 billion and homeowners desperate to get started recovering, there will be plenty of scammers coming out of the woodwork. CNBC’s Sharon Epperson and Jeanne Salvatore of the Insurance Information Institute discuss how you can avoid getting ripped off.