Today’s article will focus on VPN Review sites, more specifically http://www.bestvpn.com and the myriad of clone sites they run.
VPN review sites have only one purpose: referring their site users to the highest paying affiliate program vpn companies. You didn’t really think vpn review sites were honest and giving real-life reviews did you? Of course not.
VPN review sites generate their cash flow by signing up for every vpn providers affiliate program, determining which of them have the highest paying affiliate programs, and then referring their users to the highest paying affiliate providers vpn services.
Are the reviews based on actual long-term usage of any vpn provider? Of course not. Can they independently verify the no-logs policy of the providers they “rank” as the best? Of course not. They only cluck and crow what the vpn provider has told them to say. And as long as the vpn provider has a top-paying affiliate program, they do as they are told.
Sites like http://www.bestvpn.com are all about making money for their owners, regardless of what vpn companies are ranked, as long as they have great paying affiliate programs. Recently we’ve seen bestvpn.com hide the affiliate url inside of cleverly disguised website coding. But it doesn’t fool the experienced eye.
What http://www.bestvpn.com does not disclose however, is that its owner, Wajdan Gul, is a Pakistani national, and not the American writer he purports to be. This is evident in most of the articles that he writes, as the experienced eye can spot a non-native english writer a thousand yards away.
So let me close and ask you this: are you comfortable taking security and vpn advice from a website that sells “review” services to the highest paying vpn companies and pushes various vpn companies for profit instead of providing an “honest” review? I’ll let you ponder on this topic for a while.