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UK/Germany/France/Finland Ryzen VPS Hosting | Windows | Snapshots | Anti DDoS from £2.99 per month!

starservicesstarservices Member, Provider
edited September 20 in Offers

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Lots of people been asking about when I will be doing the Finland Special again at £29.99 a year, unfortunately it was only a one off promotional offer to celebrate our new locations and would be unsustainable to let it continue. However love to give you guys a bargain so I have doubled the SSD storage of Finland VPS 2 and Germany VPS 2 to 100GB.

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FL VPS 2
2x3.2Ghz AMD Ryzen 9,
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We are also happy to support our customers via live chat, however this is only if we have the time available and people that are using our management services get priority.

Have you got a test IP / Looking glass?

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France Looking Glass: http://51.178.241.196

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We also have a few turnkey ISOs available, and you can upload your own ISO image from our client area.

What is your refund policy?
We have a 7 day, no questions asked full refund policy. This is excluding our Lowend VPS range, which you can find more information about in our terms of service.

Can I upgrade my hardware resources?
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Other Resources.
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Comments

  • Another provider who can't read the rules.

    Thanked by 1Pilzbaum
  • Our SLA also includes two hours response for support tickets but our average response time is 23 minutes. We are also generous with our shared

    This is really funny xD

    542206 - About VPS

    Open
    Department
    Support Department
    Submitted
    Monday, September 7th, 2020 (19:36)
    Last Updated
    1 week ago
    Priority
    Medium

  • @SCAM_DONT_BUY care to elaborate what you mean exactly? My guess would be the GBP/EUR to USD conversion, but from what I've seen on LET this is somewhat ignored. Also, giving advice/sharing information could be more helpful generally

  • @Pilzbaum said: Also, giving advice/sharing information could be more helpful generally

    If I tell what's wrong there is no need to read the rules anymore.

  • PilzbaumPilzbaum Member
    edited September 19

    @SCAM_DONT_BUY I mean, if you insist to blame someone for mistakes but deny to help them, the world's not gonna get a better

    Anyway, if you really want to "play" this way, I'm going to do too for this case.

    General offer rules

    1. You must have a provider tag to post any offer threads at all.

    Yup, definitely.

    1. You are allowed post an offer every 10 days (posts in the "offers" category and the "shared hosting offers" category are on separate timers)

    Yes, also okay.
    The last two offer post were posted on Sep 9th and Aug 25th (>10 days apart)
    The last two shared hosting offers were posted on Sep 8th and Aug 8th (also > 10 days apart)
    Everything alright so far

    1. For currency other than USD, it is your responsibility to ensure the equivalent USD price at the time of posting is within the rules.

    This! That's the only "problem" I've found. Sure technically speaking, that's breaking the rules. But even after I asked in my previous comment if you mean this one, you dodged to answer. You could have easily said what's the exact problem. It's the same as in this thread ( https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/comment/3133438#Comment_3133438 can't hyperlink on my mobile), where you didn't mention the existing 84$/month limit (I believe). Again blaming others without real intentions to help or to prevent mistakes.

    1. List the final recurring price after any discounts. Just the discount percentage is not enough.

    No problem here

    1. No unlimited in offers. So, no "unlimited disk space". If you offer unlimited/unmetered bandwidth, specify the limiting factor (mostly port speed) and whether it's shared or not. Unlimited features (like mailboxes or subdomains) is allowed.

    Kind of debatable. There is no clear mention, if the port speed is shared, but there is a clear statement of 100 Mpbs guaranteed... Assuming that, the 1 Gbps is likely to be shared, as the following "100 Mbps guaranteed" implicits exactly this in my eyes

    1. Be informative in your offers. List basic specifications (memory, storage, bandwidth, port speed, virtualisation method) and pricing on a per-plan basis. Data centre location and a test IP would be ideal.

    Aside from a missing "KVM" mention (I haven't seen one), everything's good. Although the mentioned "Windows licenses" excludes some virtualization types (such as OVZ/LXC/LXD, as far as I know). I see no problem here

    1. List total price per billing period, not just equivalent monthly cost

    Has been done.

    I am going to ignore other rules as I think most of them don't apply (except Misc, but I didn't check that)

    So, instead of sh*tposting, how about improving the quality of LET posts (yours and those of some providers)? Rules exist for a reason, and there is no problem stating mistakes. If you think someone broke the rules you can easily report/flag a post, as this is one of the intended use cases imo. But if you instead prefer to blame without (strong indications of) helpful intentions, expect to be blamed too. There are hundreds of ways to indicate errors and you chose (repeatedly) a toxic, unhelpful and non-friendly way to reveal them. I won't understand why

  • VPS rules

    1. Only post offers that are under $7/month or equivalent recurring.

    I don't personally care if an offers over, but that's the answer.

  • PilzbaumPilzbaum Member
    edited September 19

    @larmarat Ah, thank you. I missed this one too
    But instead of "other ways" I prefer yours over those. Then again, it could be so easy.

    Thanked by 1larmarat
  • So you started breaking down the rules 1 by 1, and still missed one.

    And thanks for letting him know about the issues, now he will definitely NOT read the rules. Thanks for understanding my comment...

  • @SCAM_DONT_BUY
    Yes, I did. And it's a perfect example that human error is still possible, even if in this case. And providers are humans too, obviously.

    What I dislike about your "help" is the toxic component. From what I know getwebhosting/powerfulbox seems like a smaller company to me (something like gullohosting or inception hosting). And with such unfriendly comments, I fear that some hosts will quit. Like Anthony, with the forum split, it happened already.

    Funny if you believe anyone won't read the rules again if an error is mentioned... I even rechecked, when @larmarat mentioned the glorious 7$ rule, which is one of the most known rules/running gags on LET

    debian thx

  • @Pilzbaum said: And with such unfriendly comments, I fear that some hosts will quit.

    Providers MUST read the rules before posting an offer. If anyone doesn't like this feel free to quit right away. This applies to ANY forum.

    I wanted THEM to go ahead, and read the rules (possibly again). It's that simple.

    No one was hurt.

    @Pilzbaum said: What I dislike about your "help" is the toxic component.

    It's something extra you have to deal with, however, in this case, there wasn't any.

  • @SCAM_DONT_BUY Yes they must do that, but the tone and language is still no qualitative way to demonstrate their error. If taken the "Community Rules" for granted,

    don't be dick

    applies to your comments as well. From what I've read you do understand the toxic components in your comments (maybe not in these ones) as well, as

    @SCAM_DONT_BUY said: It's something extra you have to deal with, however, in this case, there wasn't any.

    Then, again, does it really need to be this complicated, annoying and exhausting to mention a 7$ rule in this thread or the 84$ rule in the Psychz thread?

    For the next time, use the somewhat more official way and report posts. This leaves out your extras and let's a moderator/admin decide what a good solution for this specific situation is, if you really want to embrace rules

  • @Pilzbaum said: For the next time, use the somewhat more official way and report posts. This leaves out your extras and let's a moderator/admin decide what a good solution for this specific situation is, if you really want to embrace rules

    Okay, let me explain what's going on then.

    1. "The don't be a dick rule"

    Ever since RackNerd owns this forum nobody cares about the rules. Even using/distributing nulled WHMCS is allowed and welcomed.

    @Pilzbaum said: Then, again, does it really need to be this complicated, annoying and exhausting to mention a 7$ rule in this thread or the 84$ rule in the Psychz thread?

    No, you made everything a lot harder by commenting here. I wanted them to read the rules, you came here and started making a drama about it. In the end, they don't even have to read the rules now, all thanks to you.

    @Pilzbaum said: and let's a moderator/admin decide what a good solution for this specific situation is

    Which one? Dustin? Or Biloh? Please. :)

    Leave me alone, I call out every mistake in public so it remains here forever. Flags go ignored.

    Thanked by 1dustinc
  • hey, white knight should be ally

  • dustincdustinc Member, Provider

    @SCAM_DONT_BUY said:

    @Pilzbaum said: For the next time, use the somewhat more official way and report posts. This leaves out your extras and let's a moderator/admin decide what a good solution for this specific situation is, if you really want to embrace rules

    Okay, let me explain what's going on then.

    1. "The don't be a dick rule"

    Ever since RackNerd owns this forum nobody cares about the rules. Even using/distributing nulled WHMCS is allowed and welcomed.

    @Pilzbaum said: Then, again, does it really need to be this complicated, annoying and exhausting to mention a 7$ rule in this thread or the 84$ rule in the Psychz thread?

    No, you made everything a lot harder by commenting here. I wanted them to read the rules, you came here and started making a drama about it. In the end, they don't even have to read the rules now, all thanks to you.

    @Pilzbaum said: and let's a moderator/admin decide what a good solution for this specific situation is

    Which one? **Dustin? **Or Biloh? Please. :)

    Leave me alone, I call out every mistake in public so it remains here forever. Flags go ignored.

    I appreciate you :) You honestly give me a few great laughs.

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