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Description
Surf the web anonymously, mask your location, making the geo-IP address different from the real one, so no one can trace you. Seed4.Me VPN for Windows, Mac OS, Android, iPhone and iPad also unblocks sites that are normally restricted in the area of your current location.

Seed4.Me VPN is a simple app that helps you to:
– Unblock websites
– Surf anonymously online
– Protect traffic from hackers and provider
– Hide real IP

Features:
– Works on Windows, MAC, iOS, Android
– 20+ VPN locations
– 1 account for all devices
– Free, friendly and problem-solving customer support (English, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, French, Chinese)

Hope it helps someone.
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This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for your ‘free’ access). See thatoneprivacysite.net
I don't trust it. Seems very sketchy. Please read details in my review before using this app.



The first thing that appears when you open this app is a message telling you that the app will intercept all internet traffic, followed by a check box saying "I trust this app" with yes or no check boxes to choose from. If you check no, the app closes. You can't see ANY settings or more importantly read the privacy policy without "trusting" the app. I looked at the apps. permissions and saw that it had access to just about everything on and in my device (Kindle HDX).

I checked the developers webpage to see their info, credentials, and privacy policy and it's no surprise that there is no phone number for the company or an address. There is a generic "contact us" web form available, but that's it. Any company that has software that has access to every feature of your device should be reputable enough to at least give their phone number and a person to contact.

There terms, which are buried on their webpage are fairly generic, but include the following statement that concerned me:

"Seed4.Me reserves the right to install, manage and operate one or more software, monitoring or other solutions designed to assist us in identifying and/or tracking activities that we consider to be illegal or violations of these ToS's"

In other words, they have full permission to install spy software and use it as they please anytime they want without you knowing when or what they are monitoring. Now, I'm in full support of online security and support the feature fully but only IF there is a report of someone violating the terms or committing a crime. In my opinion, it's pretty sketchy for a software company with no address or phone number to require that you trust an app they tell you nothing about and require you to give them permission to install spyware software on your device and use it as they wish without just cause and without you realizing it.

Online security is a MUST in my opinion. I would never use an app that has full access to everything on my device, states that it can and will "monitor" my online activity, yet gives absolutely no information about the app developer.

Sounds like "trusting" this app may be an open invitation for data breaching and/or identity theft. It's ironic because vpn apps. are designed to help protect your online identity yet the company wants to use spyware on those that use the app and developed the app to have permissions of pretty much everything on your device - much more than is necessary for the app. to properly function.

I Uninstalled it immediately upon learning these facts and it was no surprise that the uninstaller left lots of junk on my Kindle that I had to remove manually.

It may or may not work as designed I don't know. In my opinion, using this app is no different than giving a total stranger that you have no information about and no way to contact complete access to everything on your computer and full permission to spy on you as they wish. No thank you.
If a vpn logs your information and data, what you browse etc, whats the point of even having a vpn
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How much after one year? Does it requires credit card details to verify?
Great deal!
This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for your ‘free’ access). See thatoneprivacysite.net
singhisking6807/09/2019 16:37

How much after one year? Does it requires credit card details to verify?


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Setup without having to enter anything and now downloading the client for iOS to try out some non UK content
If a vpn logs your information and data, what you browse etc, whats the point of even having a vpn
SenpaiTheNeko07/09/2019 16:56

If a vpn logs your information and data, what you browse etc, whats the …If a vpn logs your information and data, what you browse etc, whats the point of even having a vpn


To provide encryption when connected to public hotspots.
Seed.... for.... me?
If they log, it’s a no.
gravy_davey07/09/2019 17:11

To provide encryption when connected to public hotspots.


lol I thought it was to hide your location so you can download porn !

maxmix
SenpaiTheNeko07/09/2019 16:56

If a vpn logs your information and data, what you browse etc, whats the …If a vpn logs your information and data, what you browse etc, whats the point of even having a vpn


So you can appear to be in a different country to the one you are really located in. Not every VPN user is a paedo hiding from the old bill.

Very slow connection
steve2309407/09/2019 16:40

This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for …This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for your ‘free’ access). See thatoneprivacysite.net



I've never seen that VPN comparison site before, cheers!

Nordvpn has been a pain recently trying to watch Iplayer (I'm away abroad with work for a few months) so have been looking for a cheap (free) VPN to supplement Nord. Cheers to the OP too and heat added
tried two browsers it doesn't seem to work
It appears to give 1 years free membership throughout the year.... :/
I don't trust it. Seems very sketchy. Please read details in my review before using this app.



The first thing that appears when you open this app is a message telling you that the app will intercept all internet traffic, followed by a check box saying "I trust this app" with yes or no check boxes to choose from. If you check no, the app closes. You can't see ANY settings or more importantly read the privacy policy without "trusting" the app. I looked at the apps. permissions and saw that it had access to just about everything on and in my device (Kindle HDX).

I checked the developers webpage to see their info, credentials, and privacy policy and it's no surprise that there is no phone number for the company or an address. There is a generic "contact us" web form available, but that's it. Any company that has software that has access to every feature of your device should be reputable enough to at least give their phone number and a person to contact.

There terms, which are buried on their webpage are fairly generic, but include the following statement that concerned me:

"Seed4.Me reserves the right to install, manage and operate one or more software, monitoring or other solutions designed to assist us in identifying and/or tracking activities that we consider to be illegal or violations of these ToS's"

In other words, they have full permission to install spy software and use it as they please anytime they want without you knowing when or what they are monitoring. Now, I'm in full support of online security and support the feature fully but only IF there is a report of someone violating the terms or committing a crime. In my opinion, it's pretty sketchy for a software company with no address or phone number to require that you trust an app they tell you nothing about and require you to give them permission to install spyware software on your device and use it as they wish without just cause and without you realizing it.

Online security is a MUST in my opinion. I would never use an app that has full access to everything on my device, states that it can and will "monitor" my online activity, yet gives absolutely no information about the app developer.

Sounds like "trusting" this app may be an open invitation for data breaching and/or identity theft. It's ironic because vpn apps. are designed to help protect your online identity yet the company wants to use spyware on those that use the app and developed the app to have permissions of pretty much everything on your device - much more than is necessary for the app. to properly function.

I Uninstalled it immediately upon learning these facts and it was no surprise that the uninstaller left lots of junk on my Kindle that I had to remove manually.

It may or may not work as designed I don't know. In my opinion, using this app is no different than giving a total stranger that you have no information about and no way to contact complete access to everything on your computer and full permission to spy on you as they wish. No thank you.
HiDeFZeN07/09/2019 17:40

I don't trust it. Seems very sketchy. Please read details in my review …I don't trust it. Seems very sketchy. Please read details in my review before using this app.The first thing that appears when you open this app is a message telling you that the app will intercept all internet traffic, followed by a check box saying "I trust this app" with yes or no check boxes to choose from. If you check no, the app closes. You can't see ANY settings or more importantly read the privacy policy without "trusting" the app. I looked at the apps. permissions and saw that it had access to just about everything on and in my device (Kindle HDX).I checked the developers webpage to see their info, credentials, and privacy policy and it's no surprise that there is no phone number for the company or an address. There is a generic "contact us" web form available, but that's it. Any company that has software that has access to every feature of your device should be reputable enough to at least give their phone number and a person to contact.There terms, which are buried on their webpage are fairly generic, but include the following statement that concerned me:"Seed4.Me reserves the right to install, manage and operate one or more software, monitoring or other solutions designed to assist us in identifying and/or tracking activities that we consider to be illegal or violations of these ToS's"In other words, they have full permission to install spy software and use it as they please anytime they want without you knowing when or what they are monitoring. Now, I'm in full support of online security and support the feature fully but only IF there is a report of someone violating the terms or committing a crime. In my opinion, it's pretty sketchy for a software company with no address or phone number to require that you trust an app they tell you nothing about and require you to give them permission to install spyware software on your device and use it as they wish without just cause and without you realizing it.Online security is a MUST in my opinion. I would never use an app that has full access to everything on my device, states that it can and will "monitor" my online activity, yet gives absolutely no information about the app developer.Sounds like "trusting" this app may be an open invitation for data breaching and/or identity theft. It's ironic because vpn apps. are designed to help protect your online identity yet the company wants to use spyware on those that use the app and developed the app to have permissions of pretty much everything on your device - much more than is necessary for the app. to properly function.I Uninstalled it immediately upon learning these facts and it was no surprise that the uninstaller left lots of junk on my Kindle that I had to remove manually.It may or may not work as designed I don't know. In my opinion, using this app is no different than giving a total stranger that you have no information about and no way to contact complete access to everything on your computer and full permission to spy on you as they wish. No thank you.


Defo a scam VPN's don't track your data or movements lol

maxmix
Real question is does this let you pay in turkish lira for Netflix
The_Fiend07/09/2019 17:57

Real question is does this let you pay in turkish lira for Netflix


This is the MOST important question
The_Fiend07/09/2019 17:57

Real question is does this let you pay in turkish lira for Netflix


Yes it does
steve2309407/09/2019 16:40

This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for …This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for your ‘free’ access). See thatoneprivacysite.net



I use VPNunlimited, but im surprised it isnt on that site ?
You get what you pay for , expressvpn works perfectly
nivagni07/09/2019 19:15

I use VPNunlimited, but im surprised it isnt on that site ?


It’s difficult for the author of the site, if you read his blog posts he doesn’t take any advertising so can remain totally impartial. It’s all funded off his own back. This limits how much he can do. But that taken into account it’s still pretty extensive.
Great stuff thanks
steve2309407/09/2019 16:40

This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for …This VPN service logs (and then probably sells that information to pay for your ‘free’ access). See thatoneprivacysite.net


This is a good site - quite comprehensive, thanks for sharing - I have bookmarked it
matwalaboy07/09/2019 20:19

This is a good site - quite comprehensive, thanks for sharing - I have …This is a good site - quite comprehensive, thanks for sharing - I have bookmarked it


Yep, it’s a superb reference. Mention it to others as often as you can. We need people like this on the web and it would be such a shame to lose it.
steve2309407/09/2019 20:23

Yep, it’s a superb reference. Mention it to others as often as you can. W …Yep, it’s a superb reference. Mention it to others as often as you can. We need people like this on the web and it would be such a shame to lose it.


Will do mate, thanks for sharing the link
I use pia VPN,never had any problem,about 30 quid a yr.
HiDeFZeN07/09/2019 17:40

I don't trust it. Seems very sketchy. Please read details in my review …I don't trust it. Seems very sketchy. Please read details in my review before using this app.The first thing that appears when you open this app is a message telling you that the app will intercept all internet traffic, followed by a check box saying "I trust this app" with yes or no check boxes to choose from. If you check no, the app closes. You can't see ANY settings or more importantly read the privacy policy without "trusting" the app. I looked at the apps. permissions and saw that it had access to just about everything on and in my device (Kindle HDX).I checked the developers webpage to see their info, credentials, and privacy policy and it's no surprise that there is no phone number for the company or an address. There is a generic "contact us" web form available, but that's it. Any company that has software that has access to every feature of your device should be reputable enough to at least give their phone number and a person to contact.There terms, which are buried on their webpage are fairly generic, but include the following statement that concerned me:"Seed4.Me reserves the right to install, manage and operate one or more software, monitoring or other solutions designed to assist us in identifying and/or tracking activities that we consider to be illegal or violations of these ToS's"In other words, they have full permission to install spy software and use it as they please anytime they want without you knowing when or what they are monitoring. Now, I'm in full support of online security and support the feature fully but only IF there is a report of someone violating the terms or committing a crime. In my opinion, it's pretty sketchy for a software company with no address or phone number to require that you trust an app they tell you nothing about and require you to give them permission to install spyware software on your device and use it as they wish without just cause and without you realizing it.Online security is a MUST in my opinion. I would never use an app that has full access to everything on my device, states that it can and will "monitor" my online activity, yet gives absolutely no information about the app developer.Sounds like "trusting" this app may be an open invitation for data breaching and/or identity theft. It's ironic because vpn apps. are designed to help protect your online identity yet the company wants to use spyware on those that use the app and developed the app to have permissions of pretty much everything on your device - much more than is necessary for the app. to properly function.I Uninstalled it immediately upon learning these facts and it was no surprise that the uninstaller left lots of junk on my Kindle that I had to remove manually.It may or may not work as designed I don't know. In my opinion, using this app is no different than giving a total stranger that you have no information about and no way to contact complete access to everything on your computer and full permission to spy on you as they wish. No thank you.


Have you ever used a VPN?
The_Fiend07/09/2019 17:57

Real question is does this let you pay in turkish lira for Netflix


Speedify does if you know what I mean, just checked.
I have a 300 mbit fiber and tested some of them.

I have tested uk 5ms 20 mbit up/down
Netherlands 120 ms ping 4 mbit up/down
Turkey 60 ms 4 mbit up/down


TBH with this results this is just a back up vpn.

I have another VPN from Netherlands and get 80 mbit on average and no logs.. They have also Germany and US servers about the same speed but ping varies..

Nevertheless I voted hot because it is free so I can't complain.
AhmadK07/09/2019 22:15

Speedify does if you know what I mean, just checked.


Salaam bro does revolut still work with Netflix?
Sweet how long do these guys delete your data for before they didn't deleted it and instead print it all out and send it to your mum and the local constabulary?
The_Fiend07/09/2019 22:34

Salaam bro does revolut still work with Netflix?


I use Starling and am still using my Turkish Netflix without any issues - signed up in Jan this year I think.
What’s a free vpn for the amazon fire stick?
Edited by: "adamnsu" 8th Sep 2019
If its free then you are the item for sale!!!
Tabintab08/09/2019 18:52

If its free then you are the item for sale!!!


Y do I feel I have heard that before
The_Fiend07/09/2019 22:34

Salaam bro does revolut still work with Netflix?


Well, I've just renewed my cancelled subscription and paid from a Revolut card without issues so I think it's still working.
nivagni07/09/2019 19:15

I use VPNunlimited, but im surprised it isnt on that site ?


Hi it is there but under keepsolid, but from that report maybe you dont want to see!

Also found this review which seems to back up the report. vpnmash.com/rev…ed/
Edited by: "Akama.AFC" 10th Sep 2019
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