No, it is not illegal. VPN4ALL is a perfectly legal service!
VPN4ALL opposes any attempt to break any laws in any country. We work extremely hard in order to prevent any illegal activity, on our network, in accordance to the laws of our home country and those at the location of our servers. Orders from countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d’ Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Vietnam, Sudan, Libya, Liberia, and Cameroon are rejected because of the high possibility that our service will be used for online fraud. Access to certain websites and/or Internet services as well as using VOIP (calling using Internet), such as Skype, may be illegal in other countries with or without the use of a VPN. The VPN4ALL service was designed to protect your privacy, stop hackers from stealing your ID and credit card information but NOT to be used to bypass any laws.
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