That's the idea. Otherwise, all you're doing is connecting into someone else's internal network. Without any routing, the traffic then stays in their LAN. The point of the VPN is to get the client to a secure proxy to forward their web requests to. From the poor English on their websites, I wouldn't trust those services.
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