Few internet services require the user to have a U.S. address to access a product or download stuff from them most especially someone like me that don’t live or have an address in the US, no US Bank account get blocked from using even free services from these sites because they are restricted to only US citizens alone.
PSN and Amazon app store are two examples of websites that I use myself; by entering my real country I was blocked from
accessing some U.S. only contents on PSN, and I also can’t
download the daily Free applications offered by Amazon app
store for Android.
For those who are living outside of U.S., all you need to do to ge full access (legally, since you’re not doing anything bad) is to sign up using a U.S. address.
However most systems will check your address validity so simply pressing random keys on your keyboard won’t work.
Luckily a simple website made the process easier.
1) Go to
2) Click on the generate button to get a random name, sex,
address, email, and even a birth date
PS: For Amazon App Store, to download the daily free apps you even need a credit card number, which this website generates a fake one for you