User Posts: Burak Kara

It has been more than 4 years since I have not updated VPN.ac review and the time has come. Earlier we had some software bug problems as well as server ...

Online privacy consciousness is increasing in Europe. On one hand, the governments are enforcing laws to collect data, on the other hand, people tend to keep ...

I, as a VPN user, have lots of expectation when it comes to reviewing a new VPN service. Stressing speed tests, unblocking websites, anti-censorship tests, ...

Starting a VPN business is a big deal. Hundreds of servers, and its management; dedicated customer support, software, and apps... The list goes on and on. In ...

While I was doing some research about quality and free VPN service providers, I came across Windscribe. This company is located in Canada and it has super ...

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Founded in Singapore, Ivacy has been giving us VPN service since 2007. Now the company operates in more than 100+ locations along with 1000+ servers. In this ...

Today, you will read a detailed review about HideMyAss -one of the fastest growing VPN service provider- and learn all the details about this service. We ...

We are welcoming a USA based VPN service provider: IPVanish. The company has a notorious reputation because of some legal cases and user activity log issues in ...

I would like to introduce you one of the fastest growing VPN company in the market. Founded in 2006, PureVPN started with only 2 locations. As of 2019, they ...

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  1. Hey John,

    What error do you get when visiting the websites? If blocked by your ISP, please try the mirror sites.

  2. Hey Andrew,

    Sorry to hear that. As you bought the service from NordVPN, you must have accessed their website, right? What was the issue there? You can always ask for the mirror websites from the customer support to activate your account. Once you have done that, you can simply connect to their obfuscated servers to bypass restriction.

    Your message is a huge help. You can give it a try to other services like SurfShark and ExpressVPN. Those providers will solve your problem for good.

  3. Hey Karhi,

    You may also use Proxy servers and install them manually. However, they are time consuming and not as secure as VPNs. Secondly, you may ask one of your relatives (outside of Turkey) to handle the booking for you.

  4. Hey there,

    It is very possible to get caught by your ISP in a scenario if you are in a restricted area like dorms, offices etc where the connection is being investigated closely. So rather than using a software, can you try to use PPTP with your OS?

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