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Scammers let the phone ring once — just enough for a missed call message to pop up.

Here’s how it works: Scammers are using auto-dialers to call cell phone numbers across the country.

You could be a potential victim of the growing "one-ring” cell phone scam.

If you do, chances are you’ll hear something like, “Hello.You’ve reached the operator, please hold.” All the while, you’re getting slammed with some hefty charges — a per-minute charge on top of an international rate.The calls are from phone numbers with three-digit area codes that look like they’re from inside the U.S., but actually are associated with international phone numbers — often in the Caribbean.If you don’t recognize or understand a charge, contact your carrier. I've been getting calls from that number (I'm in Florida) for over a year now. they did the same here - called me first and then an hour later, my mom got the phone call. they have ruined the continuity of my office and are calling morning non and nightr on two office cells and my 800nnumber!

You don't need an android phone to block unwanted calls on a cell phone.

On an i Phone add the number to your contact list, scroll down and click block.

You should also report the number to your service provide (AT&T, Verizon, etc.) to get them blocked there.

The area codes include: 268, 284, 473, 664, 649, 767, 809, 829, 849 and 876.

If you get a call like this, don’t pick it up and don’t call the number back.

There’s no danger in getting the call: the danger is in calling back and racking up a whopping bill.