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  1. Spammers ruin it for legitimate users. If you're using AirVPN to spam - think about everyone else you're affecting. No excuse for omegle to block all AirVPN servers though. Can anything be done to get around this?
  2. This means AirVPN users are inundated with captchas. Happens regardless of server. Any workaround?
  3. It looks like omegle.com has banned all AirVPN servers. I have tried servers in Asia, Europe and US. While you can access the site, attempted to use the service results in a 'banned' message. I recall AirVPN staff were able to resolve this last time by micro-routing last time. Can you resolve it this time? Thanks!
  4. When trying to connect to omegle.com via AirVPN, the message "Error connecting to server. Please try again." appears. It looks like it is the case for all AirVPN servers. Perhaps this is a blocking attempt, as it works fine via a normal connection. Can we fix this?
  5. It's been a while since they've done it. Can we get this fixed?
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