Awhile back a bunch of us were discussing anonymous payment methods for VPN's, and how frustrating it was that there weren't more/better options. Then one poster pointed out how moot a point it was anyway. After all, any VPN you connect directly to can see anything you do anyway. If they were untrustworthy to the point where you couldn't trust them with your billing info., that ship has sailed anyway. As soon as you check your email, order something online, ect... they could get your personal info. The only real way to be anonymous is to use 2 VPN's, and make sure the other one has a truly anonymous payment method (like cash), and no logging. To serve as like a shell, for lack of a better word. So that if "the man" is tracking you down they're thwarted by that layer. That outer layer afterall has no payment/personal info. about you, and no logs. Even if they managed to circumvent those 2 issues, the logs (that aren't supposed to exist) would be obscured by the fact that you've used another VPN to tunnel through that one anyway. They'd certainly have their work cut out for them. This is a very cliff notes version, and I'm sure I'm doing a crap job of explaining it at that. I wish I could point you to the post(s) by the person that came up with the idea. They provided a good tutorial. But there were just so many threads/posts about this stuff that I forget where it was. It was practically an obsession for awhile. I use 2 hops through iVPN and another through Mullvad. And for some extra shadiness, you can also use a proxy (Tor/Ixquick) to tunnel through your VPN's as well, so that even they can't see what you're doing (either one). As long as you're not filling out forms anyway. If so, axe the proxy. I rarely use my VPN's though. For normal use, it's just not necessary, or worth the slowdown. Only for certain things. Yeah it's a tad pricey to have to pay for 2 VPN's, but Mullvad is pretty cheap (about $60/year, I think). iVPN is $85/year. I don't buy drugs or alcohol, and rarely eat out, so I feel I'm entitled to spend it on things like this.