If your browser have localization enabled, then using a VPN is useless.1.tonight I clicked on an advertisement on a news site page and my country of origin was shown in the merchants reply re post charges.
2.Google knew my private number when I was attempting to gain access to another gmail account.
3.whenever I try to change server , code name and password are frequently not authorised even when copied from email from PP.
4.definitely unhappy with PP -advising all my friends to avoid it as if it had the plague.
Hi Pete,I have been very happy with PP so far. But the last few weeks I am facing many problems regarding TrackStop effectiveness and blacklisted IPs. So you pay for something you do not get. For one of the most expensive VPN on the market it not acceptable.
I remember our communication as being kind and target-aimed. Since I didn't know what may offended you, I investigated a little and found a reply from us to an independent issue (temporary server downtime). Despite being accurate, I agree it may have been a little harsh. I'm sorry if we stepped on your toes. I assure you that we always appreciate user's feedback and do everything that's in our power to fix problems and realize improvement suggestions - even if we sometimes don't point that out. In that downtime case, we already found the reason for that and fixed it a few days ago.Unfortunately the customer service - depends who you are talking to - is not very customer centric. And some people just do not like when you bring problems on the table. It is not anymore what it's used to be.
Great news! A few hours ago, we got a new server in Madrid, Spain. Have a look at our server status page: https://www.perfect-privacy.com/serverstatus/I am connecting from Spain, where you do not have a server, I am sure that affects the speed, but I can't work with this speed, I can barely get above 40 mb / s, and I have a 500mb fiber connection installed.