A worrisome new scam warning from the Better Business Bureau.
The so-called "one ring" scam exclusively targets cell phone users. Victims will receive a call that rings only once and then ends. If the user tries to call the number back, they are charge a $19.95 international call fee and upwards of 9-dollars a minute during the call. The BBB says the calls appear to come from islands in the Caribbean, but some calls may be domestic.
The BBB says anyone who thinks they have been victimized by the scam should notify their carrier immediately in order to have a better chance of having charges removed.