I have found your email from June 11th, sorry for missing that I get a ton of emails, butâŠ
Here is original email from March 12th asking for the credits to be rolled over, Iâve sent over 10 emails in the 4 months since then and I gotten no positive response. Go an look at MK#52.
On the other hand Hanem has been able to hassle me for money *7 times* since just June 4th, there has not been an email issue with his Sales emails getting through. (nor any issue Iâm aware of since April).
Sorry for missing your 1 email, I had no idea who you were and as Director I get hundreds of emails a week.
This is what Hanem sent to me this morning
âAs far as I understood from Jan we are now up to date with the tickets and I see indeed that only one is still open.â.
There is no offer to roll over the credits in any of his 7 emails this month.
And to an English speaker âI understood from Jan we are now up to dateâ means this âsince the *month of January* all of your problems have been resolved & we are up to date.â Thatâs pretty damn rude in English, as heâs been pushing this line that we could spend the â¬2,640 on 1 ticket *if we kept it open*, an insane concept which I firmly rejected 3 times in the last month.
And then this gem from him
âIf you wish you can buy anytime a new package of credits, but we can not guarantee you that we can deliver new features.â
How could I possibly get the impression my credits had been rolled over from that? You want me to buy something and then you canât guarantee youâll deliver, errr, ok, how about No.
Maybe Hanem brings in the big $$$, but Iâm not impressed with his ability to make a customer happy before holding his hand out for money.
From: Scott Golby
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 12:25 PM
To: 'Check_MK Support Team' <***@mathias-kettner.de>
Cc: Jessica Kearney <***@nhl.com>
Subject: RE: [MK#52] Development Request: Predictive monitoring for CPU Utilization
Unfortunately our Credits expire on 5th June 2018, and we have only used 18 of the 96 purchased for 2017-2018.
If it's not possible to estimate the effort for another 2 months, can we have the remaining credits rolled into 2018-2019.
From: Jan Justus [mailto:***@mathias-kettner.de]
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 2:04 PM
Cc: Scott Golby <***@nhl.com>
Subject: Re: [Check_mk (english)] Not getting support after Pre-paying for it
it is unfortunate, that this now is being discussed in the mailing list as its purpose is for the community to help each other. Ideally, we solve problems like this in a personal way. However, I understand that you felt you had no other choice. So let me make a brief comment here, so that the rest of you doesn't wonder, where our statement is.
I am the new CEO of Mathias Kettner GmbH, having joined in March.
First of all, I am very sorry for the bad support experience you have had with our company. I am working with the team to improve the support that every single one of you deserves to get and has paid for. We are hiring and improving processes - but we are not there yet, for sure.
Second, no, none of your credits will expire.
Thirdly, it seems to be very hard to get this point across communication channels to you. Our support has made this point in the past, but I understand you had an email issue. I sent you a long personal email last Monday, 11 June, 7.16pm CET explaining this and also offered a call at short notice to listen to your feedback and resolve these issue. Since you did not reply I asked our developer responsible for your ticket to include my email in the last ticket you were corresponding on - no response.
I am not sure, if the problem is the email system, a firewall or something else. You seem to get some emails, others not. Please send me an email address that works, e.g. your private email, so I can resend last week's email including my contact details and I hope we can resolve this.
I also left you a voice mail in case you want to speak personally to clear this up.
On another note for the mailing list: we are currently also working to improve our community support. This will take some time, I ask for your patience here.
Am 19.06.18 um 19:58 schrieb:
Anyone else having this problem.
Last year we pre-paid Check_MK company 3,840 â¬ for 96 support credits on top of the License for 60,000 monitors â¬4,400.
The support has been so slow to non-existent we have used just 30 of the 96 credits over the year.
In February we asked for a feature update, and was stunningly told we wouldnât even get a Quote until May. May came and went and we didnât hear anything from Check_MK.
From: Check_MK Support Team [mailto:***@mathias-kettner.de]
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2018 3:29 AM
Subject: [MK#52] Development Request: Predictive monitoring for CPU Utilization
Due to the high amount of development requests at the moment we can provide you an estimation of the effort until 8th May 2018.
I have asked for the 66 Credits, some â¬2,640 worth to be rolled over to 2018-2019 and they have refused even after getting this stunning admission from their staff.
From: Hanem El Shahat [mailto:***@mathias-kettner.de]
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2018 2:44 AM
âEven if it is not your problem, we have a too small staff for all the support we have to deliver and that is why we don't accept new customers since some months and we are searching for new colleagues, it is just not easy to get them :-( I don't know if you have the same problems in your area...â
I have asked to speak to the management 5+ times now. No response.
I have instead been badgered by Hanem multiple times about if weâll be renewing the support contract. Youâve got to be kidding me. Iâve made it very clear in my response that the NHL will not be renewing without this support credits roll-over being addressed, still nothing.
Anyone else pre-pay thousands of euros to Mathias Kettner GmbH and had this level of âsupportâ?
This is completely disgraceful Check_MK Company & Mathias Kettner.