Your use case might be different.
The problem is ExpressVPN is used by some very large fraud groups based out of Africa. Have had conversations with their support people but they're unable to block accounts because of privacy reasons - when we've showed them specific cases where mass PMs have been sent to advertisers ("I am travelling, but am willing to send an agent to pick up your car and the payment will be made by Western Union").
The VPN industry is marketing a false sense of security - unless you feel that end to end SSL on websites is not enough to protect you from you ISP.
Honestly would I trust Netvigator or HKBN over ExpressVPN v/s SSL? I don't know, but I'll stick with trusting my local ISPs + SSL built into a browser, over a privately held entity if I were simply browsing websites without paranoia.