VYPR / Golden Frog VPN - Beware Credit Card Scam
I subscribed to a 1 month VYPR VPN service from Golden Frog fro USD14.99 because I wanted to try it out. I found the VPN to be too slow to work for me so apart from a couple of hours of testing, never used it again. The next month, I was very surprised to see that I had been charged again for USD14.99 because I definitely did not believe that I had authorised them to bill me continuously. What I agreed to was very clearly shown as USD14.99. That's it. If I wanted a longer subscription I would have bought one of the many that they have on offer.
They refused to credit my CC account and even refused to cancel the account saying that I must do it myself. Their explanation is that in the 11th (Yes, ELEVENTH) section of their "Terms of Service" in the 2nd paragraph it states that they will keep charging me ad infinitum until I cancel.
Beware of these scammers!
VPN providers who log, sometimes a lot
VyprVPN is the VPN service connected to and offered by the Giganews Usenet service, although it can be used completely standalone. In common with many other providers we contacted, VyprVPN acknowledged receipt of our questions but then failed to respond. Weve included them here since they have such a high-profile.
The company policy says that logging data is maintained for use with billing, troubleshooting, service offering evaluation, [Terms of Service] issues, [Acceptable Use Policy] issues, and for handling crimes performed over the service. We maintain this level of information on a per-session basis for at least 90 days.
On Usenet forum NZBMatrix several users have reported having their VyprVPN service terminated after the company processed a backlog of DMCA notices which pushed them over the two-strikes-and-out acceptable use policy.
So, does VyprVPN log? You bet.
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