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A.2.1.5. Calls to Your Competitors
Calls to competitors could be completely innocent and explainable, but on the other hand,
could also indicate questionable phone activity. This example assumes your competitor is
named Acme Inc., and their phone number is 555-5555.
The clue will be named "ACME_INC" and the critical counter value will be set at 1 call.
Format:
|12:15|062|A.QUISLING |OUT|5555555 |03:15|00.20|
-AAAAA-BBB-CCCCC------------DDDDDDD-----------EEEEE-------
Where Dis the field that lists the number dialed.
Clue Definition:
^B81,ACME_INC\1\D=5555555
Where:
ACME_INC is the Alarm Clue name.
1is the number of calls required to generate an alarm.
D=5555555 Tells PollCat III to count calls where the first seven digits of the number
dialed are "5555555".
A.2.1.6. Calls to 900 Numbers
This type of call could indicate that 900 calls are being made during business hours. The clue
will be named "NO900" and the critical counter value will be set at one call.
Format:
|12:05|077|J.JONES |OUT|19005556789 |09:25|20.95|
-AAAAA-BBB-CCCCC------------DDDDDDD-----------EEEEE-------
Where Dis the field that lists the number dialed.
Clue Definition:
^B81,NO900\1\D=1900---
Where:
NO900 is the Alarm Clue name
1is the number of calls required to generate an alarm.
D=1900--- Tells PollCat III to count calls where the first four digits of the number
dialed are "1900". The remaining three digits of the variable are entered as
wild card characters (-).
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