Hello, I am planning on creating several accounts at a certain website. Their policy is of course, only one account per person or computer. I figured a VPN server would change my ip address. I would create several accounts each under a different VPN server. I have been doing a lot of general reading on VPNs. A lot of people use them for illegal downloading or torrenting. For this, most places I read recommend dynamic/shared ip addresses as opposed to static ip addresses because dynamic changes/more secure and is difficult to point back some activity to a particular individual, where a static ip could. Problem is, if it is dynamic/shared then the ip address on a certain VPN server will change from time to time. Wouldn't that create red flags when logging into a particular account associated with say a VPN server in Atlanta? Or does it not matter ip changes as long as it still says you are in Atlanta and account is not flagged then? Certainly in marketing, being banned from Google, facebook for example, you had to create new accounts with different ip addresses? Did those ip addresses need to be static or dynamic? I was thinking static so it does not change but then all general VPN articles I've read recommends dynamic for security. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.