Just keep in mind that we have not paid a cent to VPNPro reviews. It's a relevant information.
Additionally, this web site seems specialized in VPN for consumers' reviews, but it fails to mention even the most relevant facts for potential VPN customers.
Example: which VPN apps send your personal data to third parties without your knowledge and consent is in our opinion a key information, which is totally missing in the web site (check the review of NordVPN, for example: no mention of this fact, which is notorious and well documented, see for example https://www.kuketz-blog.de/android-nordvpn-uebermittelt-e-mail-adresse-an-tracking-anbieter ).
In general, we can confirm anytime that nowadays environment of "VPN reviews" web sites is a world mainly aimed to make easy money without any respect for the customer. VPNs are asked to pay for reviews, are asked to pay more for one more star, more visibility, higher rank in one out of dozens of categories, etc. etc. And obviously some of them are very happy to pay, because they do not have and decent code of conduct or any mission but maximizing profits.
The fact that AirVPN does not contribute to such disgusting practices is jut a consequence of its mission, even though nowadays it might even look like something to be proud of, instead of normal, honest behavior and good business practice.