The reason you see your location different from the server you are connected to when you are on different Websites is because this is typically related to old Geo IP address information on that website. When determining where a particular IP Address is located, websites use something called a geolocation database, which is a list of IP addresses(IPv4 addresses) and their current location(s).
Since there are no new IPv4 IP addresses available to add bandwidth to our gateways, we have to either add "used" IP addresses or move one of our existing addresses between locations. Every IP address carries geo-location data indicating where the IP is based. The IP address you are connected to through our VPN is actually located in the area that we list it as.
When you experience a IP address location mismatch, this is likely caused when that site has not yet updated their Geo-IP databases and are using an outdated location data when detecting that IP address. As a result, they are redirecting your request based on old geographic location info for that IP address. This is because multiple independent organizations control and update different databases and the location info can be valid in some, but not all places online.
The only potential workaround for this issue would be to restart your computer, connect to a different region, or attempt to reconnect to the current region in hopes of receiving a new IP address.
If you continue to experience issues, you can reach out to us and provide us with the IP address that is receiving the geolocation mismatch and the URL for the website where you are seeing the mismatch, in an email and we can then pass this information along to our team. We do try to request that this information be updated, however ultimately it is up to the site to update this information. We're very sorry for the inconvenience caused by this issue.