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Not for sure what to ask as this is new territory.

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This is something I'm not to sure what I'm looking for. So I will break it down the best I can.

The situation,
I do reviews for myself and a small organization. The reviews are all INTERNET based reviews. The reviews range from products to services.

The problem
I have a few businesses that didn't like my reviews ( all are always 100% accurate) and have blocked me from further reviews. I'm pretty sure I'm not banned just blocked.

A solution
I contacted my INTERNET provider asked if I could get a new IP address. The tech said I get a new one every time I log off and log back on. I tried a couple of those IP address checked but see the same numbers.

I have heard about VNP and proxy servers. Is there a way to do a change in the IP. Or is this a entire;y different problem.
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power off your modem for at least 10 seconds to get a new IP.

Or download tor-browser and use that to get an anonymous IP every time.
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