Crissic Solutions

Jan 7, 2009

if you remember recently Crissic Solutions went offline. I was told by Skylar when he came back online i would receive a refund within 5-7 days.

He has yet again, unavailable everywhere i look, and guess what.... i still have no refund that was promised.

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Crissic Solutions

May 27, 2008

I thought I would take my time to post and talk about a company hosting VPS's and Dedis...

I was attracted to Crissic when a friend that knows about servers mentioned he had a discount code and they were very cheap.

I decided to try it out and bought 1 month of 128mb "small" VPS for $8.

This was going great once we had sorted out the Nameservers

I was in the process of setting up my domain, When i noticed a email claiming my VPS had been using too much power and had been shutdown. When I inquired, I was told I had installed a bruteforcer and was over using ram. The wierd thing being, I needed my domain to access FTP.

I wasnt sure how to link my domain to a IP, So I gave up for the day. Then I noticed another email claiming my VPS had been shutdown and My Package Canceled according to there TOS they can cancel when they want.

I then noticed Under the privacy act they are not allowed to look through my personal files (even though none exist)

They are in there TOS, not allowed to moniter what I do unless they notice harmful files exiting for entering my VPS...

I am very annoyed since im down my money and my VPS... *since it got shutdown within the first day*

I would go with VPSlink rather than these since they are 24.7 down with no support...

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1 Day Review Of Crissic Solutions's Vps

Jul 4, 2008

Just 1 day,I feel so sad with them.I think the company is just 1 man running.I bought a small plan on 7.2,the price is good $6.99 for 256 RAM 30G Disk 160G bandwidth/m.Everything is good after they spent 7 hours to setup my vps,not bad.

I spent the whole days of 7.3 to rebuild my vps from centos to gentoo & update it,& the bad thing from this moment is begin.

everything is ok during the update time,but I forgot the my openvz server's kernel is 2.6.18,I updated my linux-headers to 2.6.25, it causes I can't fininshed emerge -e my sytem,so I reboot it,but it die & never running again,I do anything I can do,reboot in the HyperVM,& ssh to the console access,but nothing help.

so I submit a ticket to them,at last they just rebuild my vps back to centos,do nothing for me.I know it's the unmanaged service,& if the vps I can rescue it,I won't sumbit a ticket.

After that,I make a mistake,they don't have a refund for vps,but I request it,all right,no refund is ok.I say I'll make a review for my vps,but they sad I can't paste the ticket to the public space because of the TOS,if i do it,my vps will be terminated immediately.i don't care.I feel sad with them,so spent $6.99 to let everyone know the company & the unreaonable TOS,it worth

here is the ticket,I'll let you know: ....

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Crissic VPS Accessible

Dec 25, 2008

FYI, the VPS'es on at least one Crissic node (beta?) are back up at this time. The VPS'es on another node (alpha?) are not up, and the control panel at is not.

You might want to jump in and rescue your data if you need to and haven't done it yet.

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Dec 29, 2008

I've had a VPS with Crissic for a few months. Every single month I have had multiple days of outages where I cannot access my VPS. The worst case was the past 7 days, I still cannot ssh into my vps, I was told 7 days ago by Skylar it was an "IP issue" and would be resolved in "a few hours"! I have left numerous emails, posted at least 4 help tickets but every help ticket is automatically closed within 24 hours by their ticket system before anyone even responds to the ticket! I even tried posting followups to a ticket but it still closed. As a last resort I called the 1-877 support number today and no one answers nor does it give me the ability to leave a message. This is ridiculous! I would rate the support an F at this point - absolutely horrible. And no one is available on their "Live Help" feature either. I have a 99.99% SLA so I better get a refund or I will file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.

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Crissic Is [bad]. Need Reliable Alternatives

May 14, 2008

First: Of course Crissic had some advantages as well, they were always nice, they let you do a lot, have a nice client area and so on. In fact, Crissic would be very good, they just need to change their servers or server provider to more reliable things.

I need a reliable hosting that servers doesnt have problems all day. I need to resell stuff and I need online websites to do that, as well as I need online websites to gain money from affiliate networks. Crissic cannot fulfill this, in less than 2 weeks since I am customer there were a lot of downtimes ranging from minutes to hours, there were hardware failures including an 7 days old backup (at least with 15% redeem), somehow an domain couldnt connect at all (I guess some nameserver or DNS error?) and now after I was awake and checked my websites the server does not seem to handle sessions anymore and produces errors on a few of my websites. This hosting ruins all my business and I cannot keep them doing that!

I am searching for reliable alternatives now but with a cheap price and good specifications like Crissic had. Here is exactly what I need:

* Reliable Hosting, NO Downtimes every day. NO Downtimes every 2nd day as well.
* Minimum Diskspace: 3 GB
* Minimum Traffic: 30+ GB
* UNLIMITED Add-On Domains. DNS entrys should be automatic and it MUST be free, had some hosters before that provided unlimited add-on domains but they charged 1$ for each add-on domain then.
* Unlimited FTP-Accounts
* 200+ subdomains
* 200+ e-mail accounts
* PHP4 / 5 + MySQL and GD Library
* Cron-Jobs
* ALL CPanel Functions like on Crissic (at least as much as possible, I need it)
* Price Range between 5-10$, but there should be better hosting packages available for 10-20$ - WITH Upgrade possibility
* No Contract, I do not want to get stuck for 24 month with an hoster
* Good Support is required!
* PayPal Payment possible
* Audio/Video + Flash/Shockwave support and/or if I have additional requirements like for an video hosting script, the hoster should be able to install it and not charge more than 5$ for it
* Money-back guarantee would be great since I do not want to be disappointed by hosters that promises everything but keep nothing
* DAILY Backups

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Bad Crissic Backup Service

Oct 23, 2008

First of all, forgive me if I am posting this on the wrong section .
I am the owner of, a really small service provider running on a2b2, and PROUD OF IT.

I had a deal with Skylar, the owner of, which I am not going to talk about it in this forums, but, all I can say, is that he offered me a 1 year 50gb backup account, (well, he didn't offer , it was our deal).

About 2 months using it, and it was running perfectly until then, I thought: ok, let's see how's the server going, and then, I made df -h and it shows: 3GB Available.
WHAT? 3 GB available on a BACKUPS SERVER? How's this possible!!!??

So, opened the first ticket regarding this, waited about 6 ~8 hours and he said (Skylar): We're working on the issue, bla bla bla.

Well, fine.

Some days later, it shows 158 GB Free.... Problem solved.

Now, some days later, I see that the backups was taking DAYS to do, haha! It's true, DAYS! (It was NOT a2b2 problem.)

So, logged in by SSH to the backups server (took me 5 minutes to log in!), and it was
SUPER slow, reaaaaaaally slow, downloaded a backup (at 200 kb/s xD) which I needed, and logged out.

Tried to contact Skylar on MSN, but he then log out some time later. (without answer)
Heh, I thought: well, this is a temporary problem, etc etc.

3 Days passed, yesterday I opened a ticket regarding that problem:

Dear Crissic,

The backup server seems to have issue for some days already.

It's more than slow, it's super slow.

This has been all day... the backup service was great, but it seems that last week problems arrived.

3:40AM up 136 days, 18:31, 1 user, load averages: 4.25, 5.27, 5.45
$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/da1s1d 1.9T 1.8T 168G 92% /
So, let's see, load is high and this is super super slow, and there are some GB's free for backups, but... can we really use it? I mean you guys should just put some more drives.
Please fix this instability issue, as this is causing my server to don't make the backups, which is really really serious.
Note: it was opened as CRITICAL! 20 Hours without answer... what a poor service.
Every service providers know that backups ARE URGENTLY.

About some minutes ago, received an email regarding my ticket, saying that I didn't have any action, so the ticket was closed(automated ones), bla bla bla, I replied to it saying: No answer from crissic on a critical ticket, at backups service??? <- Only to keep the ticket opened.

And then, tried to contact Skylar on MSN, until he log out, 2 minutes later .

The server doesn't even answer anymore :

I know that I didn't gave him money, but our deal was 1 year of free 50gb backup, so I deserve respect and to be treated as a loyal client, I don't even should say FREE, because it was paid, in another way.

I have all my bills at a2b2 PAID (anyone from their staff can confirm), I DO NOT owe anything, all I want is to have a good service, I'm a honest guy.

From a2b2, everything is perfect, from Crissic, this is horrible. Really... I don't have money at this moment to buy another backup account.

This serves to prove you, that maybe Skylar is not a good person as you thought so.

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Jun 29, 2008

I just saw two quite nice deal in the VPS offer forum with CheapVPS and Crissic.

They both around $15/month after discount with 512RAM and 20gb(Crissic's is 70gb) harddisk and 300gb+(CheapVPS is 600gb) bandwidth.

The harddisk space is more important to me at the moment but after a search in the forum I can't find any possitive feedback on Crissic, and both nice/bad feedback on CheapVPS. Seems more people are using CheapVPS.

I am wondering if anyone can help me to choose between them in terms of the reliability and stability of their server/service?

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Crissic Down For 2 Days, No Reply

Dec 15, 2008

I'm a customer of crissic and now their server is down for about 40hours.
And Skylar is not responding again.

Anyone else having my problem?

What should I do?

Can anyone from LSN help me and restart his server? This time is much worse than Cpanel license being expired. At least at that time websites worked...

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A Months' Review On Crissic LLC

Sep 19, 2008

I ordered a VPS from Crissic on 27th August, the details were sent in less than two hours. Skylar was really helpful over the Livesupport via Kayako, answering my questions patiently... I can be an arse at times but hey :p... Requested to chat on MSN and was given without any further questions asked.

VPS came in readily with everything installed. There are some hiccups with the VPS itself as yum wasnt working properly. Skylar and technicians took time out to solve it for me and diagnosing the problem and all. They managed to fix it and gave an explanation..

Up till today, I havent experienced any downtime with the VPS at all... well cept for 2-3days ago when LimestonesNetwork were having problem, other than that, there wasnt any problem or anything..

The support I have gotten from Crissic is amazing and quick. I would definitely recommend him to anybody. Following from what I have received from Crissic, I went along to order my second VPS and now I'm glad!

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Nov 3, 2008

Today I'm back to encourage you to stay away from Crissic: I know the prices are tempting, but know that you will have no one on your side when a problem comes up. I finally closed my account with them after numerous major issues with my VPS.

I've had a simultaneous account with Slicehost for the past few months, just to see if paying the extra buck is worth while. Now I know it absolutely is. I'm paying double the price for half the resources with Slicehost, but their service is amazing and reliable, their support is stellar, and peace of mind that the server will stay up and running without load issues, memory or drive failures is worth every penny. The point of this post is not Slicehost though, back to Crissic.

When I signed up for Crissic, I knew that it was a relatively new web hosting startup, but I had no idea it was a one-man show. Yes it's probably possible for a single guy to run a small web hosting company--the problem, particularly in the case of Skylar, is that when something is beyond him, it isn't getting fixed.

A recent support incident occurred where I was suddenly unable to access my VPS via SSH or the console. I contacted support, here are some of his responses to my status inquiries: ....

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Jun 13, 2009

Presently I run a site on a shared server. I run a database backup every night to the host root and two backup servers and I run a full root backup every week to the backup servers.

I have two questions. One, let's say I lose my entire forum root for some reason and need to run a backup. I use vBulletin and am wondering how that works with the database. Would the database be stored in the root somewhere, or would I have to take one of my database backups, create a new database in cpanel, and import the backup into the new database (and link to it via config.php)?

Second, I'm looking to increase my backup security. I understand that offsite backup servers are great if the site gets hacked, but let's say the server gets hacked. Not that I find it likely, but if it does happen from what I understand the hacker could destroy the rsync'd backups because the key is right there.

I'm looking for a backup solution that would keep this from happening. I'm thinking of going with an external RAID harddrive configuration with DVD backups at regular intervals (probably weekly).

I'm considering using an automatic FTP from one of my backup roots (more bandwidth) to my computer. If I do this, and my main root is compromised, is there any way the hacker could compromise my home computer or backups. Further, is there a way to get the information on my home computer without simply copying everything over every time, because that will really eat bandwidth and take a lot of time. I know rsync is great because it only updates, and thus if I lose all my folders it won't delete the backup, whereas an FTP that happened at the correct time could potentially do so.

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Apr 23, 2009

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Sep 14, 2008

I have been with (GS) for a long time. At first, they were really good, especially Richard Anderson. So, coming to the real story -

I got a new server with them in April -

AMD Dual Core 5600+
250x2 HDD
2000 GB on 100mbit shared
5 IPs
cPanel/WHM + Fantastico
Free Remote Reboot port
for $124.99/month
At that time I had a server with Burst & BurstNET do 50/50 on Bandwidth , 50% in & 50% out, so I asked how bandwidth is measured at GS.
They told me - 2000 GB in & 2000 GB out,

Server was setup with 3 days & all was pretty good.

SCAM/FRAUD #1 & #2 =

I NEVER got the Remote Reboot port & the MRTG stats , & in August (5 months later) I was told that it had been canceled, & they will not provide it as it was insecure.

In the meantime I was told ....

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Jun 20, 2008

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Q's - Is it worth $50 to walk away from NetSol and start fresh with a new host? Although I'm a newb with simple hosting needs, I still get just a frustrated with poor customer as the next guy. Am I likely to encounter any added grief, compared to other hosting options, by staying with NetSol?

FWIW - I will need hosting for four small sites, two that are nothing more than "multi page" splash pages and two will be new vBulletin powered sites. The vBulletin sites will start simple, but hopefully progress as my skills and traffic grow. While I recognize my needs are modest by any standard, I don't want my learning curve with vBulletin (and as a first time Site Administrator) to be hampered by a mediocre host and/or customer service.

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Dec 22, 2008

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My clients are mainly from India so kindly recommend a good provider who has solid network, best prices, rock solid customer support.

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Dec 3, 2008

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Sep 4, 2009

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I need an affordable solution that will give me a few minutes of power so that at least the servers don't crash. E-mail notification would be nice too but not required.

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I emailed the person to enquire about the possible reasons but it probably pissed him so much so that he terminated my account with no reasons whatsoever. According to their TOS, they have the right to do that and I acknowledge the fact that I can do nothing about it.

I did read the TOS before I ordered and was completely aware of that clause. However, at that time, I didn't think any decent provider would put that into effect unless I was abusing their system. Now I know a company can do anything they want, stated in their TOS, if they don't like you for the slightest of reasons. Thus, I have to treat this as a $15 lesson.

For those who are newbies like me in finding reliable hosting providers, I would like to advice you to consider many factors besides price. Among them that I have learnt from this episode are:

1) Size of the company

2) Duration in business

3) Number of reviews (good or bad)

4) Is their server blacklisted anywhere

5) Is their TOS reasonable

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Aug 18, 2008

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The Deal
AYK was having a deal at their Florida location for a Quad Core upgrade and free gig of ram. Deciding it was worth it, I ordered a new server.

AYK implements a verification process where you have to scan your Credit Card (and suggests blocking out all the sensitive information) and fax/email it to them. I did this and sent it to them and waited for the server to go up. After waiting a day, I asked for an update to see if there were any problems. They responded in 4 minutes! The documents were good and they will inform me when the server is set up.

The Wait
As with any good deal that gets posted around, people tend to leap on it sometimes causing an unanticipated response. After 3 days, the standard time they said it would take to have the servers up, they contacted me and stated that they had too many orders and needed more time to set mine up (I'm paraphrasing of course). They stated it would be up in 48 hours. The next day I got an email stating the server was up and ready for use.

The Transfer
Now, the old owner of the site was using CPanel and I purchased CPanel so that it could do an easy transfer from server to server. He gave AYK the information to access his server and they initiated the transfer. We ran into a few hitches here. Along with the purchase of a server, they offer the option to harden it. The hardening process changed some of the standard ports so when they tried to do the transfer, it failed.

They contacted me and I provided the information they needed. This was resolved quickly and the transfer was done.

The Launch
I ran into a few issues at launch. These issues were generally mine of course but AYK has shown themselves to be very helpful and to do things with record speed so I figured they would have a better chance of figuring them out than I would. Some of the components required to run the site weren't installed on my server (mostly to do with PHP). I sent a quick ticket to AYK to ask them what was wrong. The ticket was responded to in 15 minutes for more information (server login, error message, etc) and resolved in less than 3 hours.

The Now
The server is approximately 3 months old now. The site is running smoothly (although I haven't worked on it as much as I had hoped). I am working on several other projects on the same server and haven't had issues with any slow down, speed or reliability issues. The support is bearing on the word "perfect" if such a thing is possible. I can honestly say that I have no complaints whatsoever concerning AYK.

I'm very happy with them and would highly recommend them to anyone.

Overall Rating: 10/10
Support: 10/10
Reliability: 10/10
Speed and Bandwidth: 10/10

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Aug 22, 2008

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I also checked ************.com, but though they answered my questions really fast, i ran into many negative comments from webhostingtalk members. So, i have second thoughts about it.

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Jan 2, 2008

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The company's website is located at [url]. I don't believe the VPS plans are shown on the site, it may be done on a custom order only basis. I had a fairly long correspondence of emails with the sales person from the company before ordering and they spoke very good English and helped me through anything I had inquiries about. I ordered the following:

20GB Disk
500GB Data Transfer on 100mbps
4IPs free of charge
Confixx license included
10EUR/month - a little less than $15 for me usually

My VPS was setup very quickly (under 12 hours) after I ordered and I was able to immediately login to SSH and my VPS control panel. The panel is completely in German but it's fine because most of the words used for features are cognates of English words and I never have to use a translator. It is easy to navigate and easy to use features like reinstalling/changing operating systems and checking data graphs, etc. I had to first contact support regarding inquiries behind operating Confixx as well as some IP address inquiries and all emails were responded to very quickly and professionally. I ended up using my own Plesk license that I have and it is all running very smoothly. The network speed is superb, and being in the US, I can max out my connection an pull a full 10mbps from it at about any time when I download a speed test file. This is pretty good because most european downloads for me cap out at around 4-6mbps. The hardware is very nice and installing things or running anything through shell and compiling goes very smoothly and quickly. I have never experienced any issues or downtimes yet and it's been a very stable operation thus far.

Overall I would recommend them if anyone was looking for something like this...

Speed 8/10
Support 9/10
Network Speed 10/10
Uptime 10/10
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Oct 26, 2008

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What services have you all used, and what's been your experience with them?

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Aug 1, 2007

this company is terrible! what a way to treat customers or potential customers, so much for good customer service or even so so customer service, these guys are just plain aweful!

I really wonder how a company like this stays around!

Checkout the convo. between myself and Chad over there at Virtuoso. I am pimpbucks.


From: PimpBucks []
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 2:33 PM
To: Sales
Subject: Re: Virtuoso Net Solutions Inc : Order Details

You are WAY to funny.. I expect my money back within 24 hrs! Or I will report YOU for spam, harassment and credit card theft.

On 1-Aug-07, at 2:32 PM, Sales wrote:

I have reported you for spam, harassment and fraud. Your IP has been reported
for harassment

Do not contact us ever again

From: PimpBucks []
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 2:31 PM
To: Sales
Subject: Re: Virtuoso Net Solutions Inc : Order Details

fine you go ahead and report a perfectly good credit card you moron, report me to the authorities too!

I unfortunatly read about you AFTER i signed up.

If the money isn't back on my card by tomorrow I will be processing a chargeback.

On 1-Aug-07, at 2:27 PM, Sales wrote:

If we’re so bad why did you both sign up?

We’ll be reporting this to the actual bank as fraud.

I suggest you work on your social skills and refrain from your childish vulgar language.

Any further emails will result in reporting you to proper authority.

From: PimpBucks []
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 2:26 PM
To: Sales
Subject: Re: Virtuoso Net Solutions Inc : Order Details

holly **** you really do need to work on your social skills. I thought it said bank NAME! Those posts about you and your company over at webhosttalking are 100% correct, your a dick head thru and thru.

On 1-Aug-07, at 2:21 PM, Sales wrote:

It was already marked “fraud” therefore it was not charged.

You could have explained why you inputted epassporte as bank phone number,. but you did not so therefore this is fraud

From: PimpBucks []
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 2:20 PM
To: Sales
Subject: Re: Virtuoso Net Solutions Inc : Order Details

refund my card then.. its not fraud at all.. but i expect a full refund!!!!

On 1-Aug-07, at 1:15 PM, Sales wrote:

This was marked as fraud due to the following reasons:

Credit card bank phone number provided: epassporte

Billing address is California. IP address used to purchase is from Canada

Domain shows up as another owner, not matching billing card first/last name.

To correct these factors, you must provide a valid bank phone number which you should have done originally.

From: Pimp Bucks []
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: Virtuoso Net Solutions Inc : Order Details

Wondering how much longer until the account is setup.

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The VPS is really reliable, support is fast and really professional, prices really great and fair compared to the service that I'm getting!

I recommend this host for all of you! It's really the best! A+++

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It seems Network Solutions has a really nice and easy-to-use web page software package.

But then again I have no idea what's really going on.

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