Your summary of the issue is incorrect, so allow me to retort:
Your ticket was submitted on Friday night at 7:41 p.m. well after our business hours. In that ticket, you said you'd been experiencing the issues for 5 days. Monday was a holiday, so our offices were closed as detailed in the KB article about our holidays. Once we were back in the office on Tuesday morning, the agent replied to your issue within 30 minutes, where he asked for remote access. Your reply to his request was after 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening, and in that reply and in the RSAA you provided incorrect information. This morning the agent replied to you again within 30 minutes of us coming into the office and he was consistent in his replies and inquiries throughout the morning. After he was eventually able to log into the server he found what appeared to be a compromised account. He then provided an explanation of how to negate the issue, to which you replied he was wrong. However, your solution was to suspend the very same user we recognized as being compromised, at which point your server started acting normally again. Further diagnosis by another agent demonstrated disk i/o issues, to which we provided proof via perfmon statistics.
I would say we provided excellent support to you, offering suggestions on how to fix the problems. It's your choice whether to follow our suggestions or continue questioning the course of action we recommend. Considering all of this, I fail to see how we didn't provide any support beyond asking for remote access.