So, Gmail unlocked the account. Now it has blocked log-in to my other Gmail account when using my WIN ** laptop. I can still access it using my Chromebook. I prefer to use my WIN ** laptop with VPN, in order to put Google on a strict info diet regarding what devices I use to access the internet, from where, and what sites I visit. How does one permanently opt out from Google's frustrating forced verification process?

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I was trying to log-in to my other Gmail account using my VPN protected WIN ** laptop. ... Gmail blocked my log-in to my email account, *****@***.com, when I tried to log-in using my VPN protected WIN laptop.*I used my chrome netbook and another email account to obtain a code from Google.*I entered the code on my WIN ** Laptop. Google reported that it couldn't sign me in, though it did write, "Thanks for verifying your email. It reported that it "couldn't verify that *****@***.com belongs to you."*I have had this problem multiple times before.*I request that Google permanently opt my account out from verification. There is no cell service where I usually access the internet. Even when I have accessed the net where I have cell reception, I have still gotten the same hassle as listed above.*If you are unable to permanently opt my account out from verification, please add a security question to the verification process as it had in the past, so I can avoid this frustration in future.**It was finally resolved by me going into the city where I have cell phone reception and having Google call my cell with a verification code...unfortunately, where I usually access the internet, there is no cell reception...
Google all too often blocks me from logging-in to my Gmail accounts when I use my VPN protected WIN ** laptop. Google reports it as an unknown device. What alarms me is that they are able to identify my Chromebook and my Android phone. My goal is for Google to never be able to identify which device I use to access the internet and have Google not interfere with my logging-in to my accounts. Can anyone help?
I want Google to permanently opt my Gmail accounts out of it's verification process. *I want it to stop attempting to identify which devices I use to access the internet. *I want Google to allow me to access my Gmail accounts with "unknown" to Google devices.**If Google is unable to permanently opt my Gmail accounts out of it's verification demands, I want it to re-institute the security question for satisfying it's onerous verification demands.
I do not send spam.*I occasionally find useful information in Google Ads that can help me or my circle.
I tried using online chat to send Gmail my complaint and request to opt my accounts out from verification. I unknowingly contacted Get Human when I thought that I was contacting Google.
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Jun 10th, 2018 - 9 mons ago
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