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Hey, my 2 cents.

Trutpilot seems a reputable website for reviews,. Incredibly, in the VPN busines gems like Mullvad and AirVPN have less than 40 reviews, while big bluffs have hundreds or thousands. Why don't we, as a community, write more reviews about truly serious VPN services in Trustpilot? I already did for Air! What do you think?

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Any man who must say "I am the king" is no true king.
~Tywin Lannister

Similarly, any person or business who must say they're good, or long for validation of their belief they're good, can't be truly good. Take NordVPN for example: They've got hundreds of reviews because their discount codes are everywhere on the net, on YouTube and Twitch and on blogs and "VPN review sites". It's obscene how omnipresent the names of NordVPN and ExpressVPN are, no wonder it draws in people. And with people come such reviews.

I think Staff wouldn't mind.

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Personally, I think Nord has a lot reviews because they send and email after each purchase asking for them. As Nord is heavily marketed they probably rotate a lot of users - that's why they have so many reviews.
There are no many users who would willingly write a positive review by themselves.

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Going off of what @OpenSourcerer said, those VPN's like Nord and Express also have the highest payouts if you get someone to signup through your link. I'm not even going to mention their shady business practices and ownership... oops.

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