Like many VPN providers CactusVPN offers a money back guarantee and they also offer a limited free trial. But as you will see below there are many strings attached to the policy. However the fact that you don’t need a credit card to initiate the 24 hour free trial is a good feature. You won’t need a coupon code to effect a refund, either!
CVPN offers a 30 day money back guarantee. You have the opportunity to try CactusVPN for 24 hours free of charge but you can only register for one free trial account. Here are the caveats:
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Terms of Refund:
- The service is provided ’as is’, in other words as you see it or as it’s presented. They cannot guarantee that their service unblocks certain sites. Not being able to access a site is not reason for a refund from CVPN. You can test the service beforehand using the 1 day free trial.
- They do not refund for speed issues because these can be estimated during the free trial period.
- If CactusVPN terminates the account for policy violations there will be no refund
- Automatic PayPal subscription payments are non-refundable because only you are responsible for your subscriptions on PayPal.
- Only Windows, MacOS and Linux users are eligible for a refund. If you try to use CVPN on other operating systems or devices (like iPhone/iPad/Android) make sure you test the service first during the trial period.
- If the account is closed because you shared the account or login credentials with anyone you will not be entitled to a refund.
- If you are not able to set up CactusVPN on your modem or router, you are not eligible for a refund
With servers in the US, UK and the Netherlands, CactusVPN is an attractive choice of provider as they use all protocols. These include SSTP, L2TP/IPSec, OpenVPN and PPTP. But torrents downloading is only allowed in the Netherlands. Yes, CVPN has many caveats to its refund policy but you can not deny that the no- credit card, 24 hour free trial period eliminates most of the risk of trying them! Give it a shot; what’s to lose?