JimHdy

Level 1
The only places you can trust are the ones that don't give a recommendation of who you should use. All of the places that have top ten VPN's or something similar are just paid advertisements to whichever VPN will pay big bucks to be on the list. The places to go are sites like VPNscam that don't give an opinion of who's best, and thereby aren't being paid for top place on the list.
 

Tiamati

Level 7
Verified
One site that I found helpful was PrivacyTools. I don't agree with their recommendation for ProtonVPN but the other two choices, Mullvad and IVPN, are excellent!

Mullvad seems to be good but expensive too. VyprVPN seems to be audited too, have already heard about it?

 

Protomartyr

Level 5
Verified
Mullvad seems to be good but expensive too. VyprVPN seems to be audited too, have already heard about it?

I'd wait for Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals for Mullvad or IVPN.
Can't say I've heard of VyprVPN so can't comment on it.
 

Cortex

Level 20
Verified
Some of the not so honest sites are quite (very) clever, starting with good reviews to excellent VPN's then gradually nit picking & making comments IMHO to undermine trust in a good VPN, then at the end they are given a low rating for vaporous reasons - The fake ones are easily spotted with the list of the best at the end usually, Express, Nord, & Cyber Ghost etc - All of which I've used & none of which I like - These reviews are usually very long & go into speeds & pings, ending up about as realistic as Harry Potter being around., they are very well done but pure advertising, & I feel dishonest.
 
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