Buzzzzz: Ignore Robocalls That Hit With One Ring

SrPhoneLgOf course, the best way to fight against the annoying call crooks is to slam the phone down without saying more than hello. But lately, they’ve been using new tactics. It’s just a single ring, then a voice or automatic message on your home or smartphone will instruct you to call a number for some exciting news or chance to win money.

When the one-ring call happens, usually in the evening, never call back. The calls attempt to bait consumers to call the number back. If you do, expect toll charges and other scams.

The latest wave of calls use 222 code of the West Africa’s Mauritania. The FCC emphasizes: ”This is a concerning trend and consumers should not call back.

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