Avoid the phone scam that could cost you $30 or more
You might want to double check the caller ID this week. A new scam is underway, conning $20 up front and $9 for each minute after that.
How is this happening, you ask. Well scammers call cell phones, let it ring once, and then wait for the consumers to look to see who called. Some of the curious folks may even call that number back and are simultaneously charged an additional $30 on their phone bill.
Look out for these area codes and DO NOT call back!
473, 809, 876, 284, 649 and 268.