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Flood Containment Control Cleaning Services

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"Flood Containment Control" ads were discovered late July 6th posted at various classifieds locations on the web, but all apparently having been posted since 7/5/07. Some have been removed or flagged for removal.

The ads are posted with the image shown to the right, which depicts the original glyph in the mossy growth (related to potential flooding residue). The ads were found by googling the "Flood Containment Control" text found on Slide_Ref070107.jpg. Included in the ads is a toll free phone number - (888) 778-5672

Updates

  • The initial phone recording said this (listen):
Thank you for calling Flood Containment Control. Our offices are currently closed for the holiday week. Due to an abnormally high number of calls we are unable to accept your message. Please call back at a later date.

Thank you for calling. Goodbye.

  • Pressing * during the message allowed the caller to enter a password. At this point the password is unknown, and likely not intended to be hacked.
July 7
  • The message was changed (likely by the system being 'overloaded' by enormous call volume). The new recording includes two participants, both being recorded simultaneously (listen):
(two audio recordings are overlaid here)
Op (British Female): Welcome to the Sterma Conferencing center. Please enter your pin, followed by
Caller: #### (probably 2 different pins)
Op:Password accepted. Now accessing conference archive number 16180, participant 1 (overlaid by) 2.

Man 1: ...is necessary, and neither is the doc download.
Man 2: I agree. This isn't going to be a public resource. Uh, pass on the document number so I can delete it
pause
Man 1: There's no way to tell yet, Jenny's looking into the records to find out how many closed sites there are, but as for active clean up, somewhere around 3-4 thousand. Oh here it is. Uh, Hold on. 402-K-07-002 and in terms of numbers most of these are past the PPE stage.
pause
Man 2: With a few exceptions: site 34. . . .
Op (American Female): --Thank you for calling. Goodbye.
July 8
  • The message was updated. The new recording, a continuation of the previous, says this (listen):
Man 2: (...site 34, ) site 4, 107, and 37. The center usually goes in before we do, that's been my experience.
Man 1: By the time we have the site clean, they've moved on to more pressing needs. After all, we've had some extremely unpredictable seasons lately.
(pause)
Man 2: No need, their rep is available to us any time we need her.
(pause)
Man 1: On everything we still need to look into
(pause)
Man 2: Well we're working on it. For the moment we're simply hiding the data behind a false menu item.
Man 1: Security will be updated before the next system approaches
(pause)
Man 2: Okay, great. Bye Bill
Man 1: Thanks
July 9
  • The message was updated. The new recording returns to part 1, but adds participant 3 and 4 (listen):
Op (British Female): Welcome to the Sterma Conferencing center. Please enter your pin, followed by
Caller: #### (probably 2 different pins)
Op:Password accepted. Now accessing conference archive number 16180, participant 3 (overlaid by) 4.

Bill: So where does that put us in terms of the numbers then?
(pause)
Female: Roughly
(pause)
Female: And out of that 4000 or so we are expecting to close shop on the bulk by the end of the month.
(pause)
Op (American Female): --Thank you for calling. Goodbye.
July 10
  • The message was updated. The new recording completes part 2 (listen):
(pause)
Bill: Even with CDC involvement?
(pause)
Female: Should we be integrating the N-I-O-S-H database?
(pause)
Bill: That gives us tabs on all the active locations.
(pause)
Bill: What about security?
(pause)
Bill: And access?
Female: Enter the access code ("at our site", I think)
Bill: IP-slash-3463 or something?
Female: Yeah, slash-5467k actually, it should be operational any time.
Bill: Great, I'll pass it on. I have to drop, thanks everyone.
(pause)
Complete conversation
Man 1: ...is necessary, and neither is the doc download.
Man 2: I agree. This isn't going to be a public resource. Uh, pass on the document number so I can delete it
Man 3 (Bill?): So where does that put us in terms of the numbers then?
Man 1: There's no way to tell yet, Jenny's looking into the records to find out how many closed sites there are, but as for active clean up, somewhere around 3-4 thousand.
Female 1 (Jenny?): Roughly
Man 1: Oh here it is. Uh, Hold on. 402-K-07-002 and in terms of numbers most of these are past the PPE stage.
Female 1: And out of that 4000 or so we are expecting to close shop on the bulk by the end of the month.
Man 2: With a few exceptions: site 34, site 4, 107, and 37.
Bill: Even with CDC involvement?
Man 2: The center usually goes in before we do, that's been my experience.
Man 1: By the time we have the site clean, they've moved on to more pressing needs. After all, we've had some extremely unpredictable seasons lately.
Female: Should we be integrating the NIOSH database?
Man 2: No need, their rep is available to us any time we need her.
Bill: That gives us tabs on all the active locations?
Man 1: On everything we still need to look into
Bill: What about security?
Man 2: Well we're working on it. For the moment we're simply hiding the data behind a false menu item.
Man 1: Security will be updated before the next system approaches
Bill: And access?
Female: Enter the access code after our site.
Bill: IP-slash-3463 or something?
Female: Yeah, slash-5467k actually, it should be operational any time.
Bill: Great, I'll pass it on. I have to drop, thanks everyone.
Female: Thanks. Bye.
Man 2: Okay, great. Bye, Bill
Man 1: Thanks
Dead
  • The phone number has been reported dead, so any calls in will receive a message saying it's no longer in service.
  • Calling the number now reveals a fax machine. This is believed to be out of game.

Classified Ads


Flood Containment Control is hiring
Flood Containment Control in an international company that works with local and federal agencies to help clean up water based damage caused by natural phenomenon.

Open positions; site foreman, commercial and residential electricians, environmental impact surveyors, and structural analysis engineers. These positions involve a large amount of travel and some hazardous environment exposure (hazard pay included). We offer medical, dental, service vehicles, company phones, bonuses and more...

Call our home office if interested.

888-778-5672

Flood Containment Control – Cleaning services
We clean up the water damage

Flood Containment Control is a 24-hour water damage, restoration, removal and cleaning company. With over 25 years of international service, we are the most trusted name in water damage clean up services.

Standing water
Mold
Mud
Sewage

We specialize in the extraction and clean up of all flood related debris.

Call today for a free quote from one of our regional teams. Appointments can be made any day of the week except national holidays.

(888) 778-5672

Flood Containment Control Surplus Equipment
Prix : 117,00$

Post Headline: Selling Used Survey tools

Flood Containment Control, an independent environmental clear-up company, is selling its used survey tools.

For sale:
Echolocations
Handheld GPS receivers
Total stations.

All the gear has been used onsite in flood reclamation projects and urban clean up due to natural phenomenon. The gear has been cleaned and recalibrated but is being sold due to an upgrade in standard field kits.

If interested please call the Flood Containment Control home office at

001-888-778-5672

Flood Containment Control, an independent environmental clear-up company, is selling its used survey tools. For sale: Echolocations, Handheld GPS receivers,Total stations. 888-778-5672

Asking price: $717

Other references


Other Speculation

  • If you take the site numbers mentioned in the conversation and mathematize them, they are 7s: site 34>3+4=7 and site 107 and site 37>107-37=70 (7*10=70).
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