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Beware of one ring phone scam!

If your phone rings one time and hangs up don't call back. Garrett Haake tells us why the "One-Ring" phone scam could cost you big bucks.
If your phone rings one time and hangs up don't call back.  Garrett Haake tells us why the "One-Ring" phone scam could cost you big bucks.

Don't know the number calling you? Then don't return the call.

That's the warning from the Better Business Bureau.

The BBB says this is a new type of cramming scam that is targeting people across the country.

They call it the "One-Ring" scam.

The scammers behind it don't care about the Do Not Call list, so being on that list won't help you.

"It is a new take on an old scam, so we are familiar with this type of thing, but the one-ring scam is brand new," Better Business Bureau Spokesman Aaron Reese said.

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