Personally, I would steer clear of a VPN unless like @ Xander52 was saying, you set up your own. I only say this as with torrenting and bad Internet activity such as (insert online evilness of choice here), the main people who use VPN’s are those with something to hide.
i.e. In our case, the first thing I would do if I was a scammer on Fiverr, is set up a VPN to either hide my identity and/or open several accounts at once. Because of this, a lot of websites either ban or monitor VPN traffic, especially if there is any kind of commercial activity being conducted by VPN users.
In short. A VPN is brilliant for hiding your ID if you are downloading movies illegally, however, I personally wouldn’t use one to log into my bank or Fiverr. A VPN after all, is owned and managed by someone who probably can see all the traffic going by.
That said, I MIGHT have a much simpler solution for you. After the (apparent) banning of someone last year after logging into Fiverr from a different location, I’ve decided that should I need to go on vacation, I will probably leave my backup laptop on at home and use a remote desktop hook up to connect to that computer and effectively administer my Fiverr and other accounts from my usual location.
Might be something you want to think about?