Don’t waste your time and money trying Clear Sound 911 by Phytage Labs for your hearing loss because it is a scam! This supplement is owned by the same company behind classic scams like Tinnitus 911, Prostate 911, Nerve Control 911, etc … so don’t think for a second that you have stumbled upon a supplement that will restore your hearing. So sit back, grab your reading glasses (if you use one) and read this review to the end to find out all you need to know!
- Backstory of Clear Sound 911
- Science Behind Clear Sound 911
- Ingredients of Clear Sound 911
- How Much Does it Cost?
- 1. Jerry Robison is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
- 2. Unverifiable, Untrustworthy Testimonials.
- 3. Clear Sound 911 is Owned by A Shady Company
- 4. The Scientific Basis is Rubbish
- Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Clear Sound 911. It is A SCAM!
Clear Sound 911 was launched in July 2020. According to its supposed author ‘Jerry Robison’, this supplement restored his hearing ‘in only a few short weeks.’ He then goes ahead to claim that ‘78,626 people’ and counting have all successfully used Clear Force 911 to completely restore their hearing. This claim is pretty fantastic when you consider the fact that this supplement has only been in the market for less than 3 months…
Now how did Robison lay his hands on this wonder supplement? Let’s find out!
Backstory of Clear Sound 911
Robison tells us a sob story of how he suddenly lost his hearing, and how he was told by his doctor that ‘you’re going to be deaf for the rest of your life.’ This understandably sent him into a state of depression and anxiety. He won’t be able to hear his wife and kids’ voices again. He can’t listen to music again. He can’t ‘fit in with my friends and family’ again…
According to Robison, the doctor told him that his only hope of hearing again is to undergo a $50,000 surgery or alternatively, get a $5,000 hearing aid. But the cheap and scared Robison opted to search the internet for better solutions. So he tried traditional medicine from India and China, bought several pills, and ironically, spent ‘an obscene amount of money’ on an unnamed ‘ritual’, all to no avail, of course. Eventually, in an act of desperation, he bought some ‘oil’ online and dropped some of it into his ears, thinking that it will cure him. Sure enough, he ‘collapsed on the floor in front of my family’ and was rushed to the hospital.
While in the hospital, the doctor informed him that the oil caused ‘a dangerous infection in [his] brain’ and that he was lucky to be alive. For this reason, Robison’s wife thought that it was time to organize a honeymoon getaway trip. They eventually went on a road trip to Channing, Michigan.
While in Michigan, they met a couple called ‘Danny and Rebecca Stevens.’ They got talking and sure enough, Danny was a doctor with 25 years of research experience. It was this Danny who told Robison why he has hearing loss (more on that in the next section) and gave him the ‘natural ingredients’ that he used to cure himself ‘in just a few weeks.’ Now he’s presenting this ‘cure’ to us as Clear Sound 911.
So what’s the science behind this supplement?
Science Behind Clear Sound 911
Well according to ‘Dr. Danny Stevens’, a ‘toxic chemical’ was responsible for Mr. Robison’s hearing loss, and it does so by ‘rusting the inner ear hairs.’
Danny goes on to explain that the various toxic chemicals we encounter in our daily lives eventually find their way into your central auditory system, where ‘they form a protein plague on your nerves called, amyloid-beta.’ This amyloid-beta protein then proceeds to deposit itself on your inner ear hair cells, making them brittle and unable to respond to sound. According to Danny, this is the root cause of hearing loss.
But don’t fret, Danny assured Robison because he has the exact natural ingredients that, when taken in a specific combination, will ‘remove the plague from your hair cells, finally allowing them to repair, heal and regain their softness.’ All these ingredients, he says, can be easily found in the grocery store close to you. Wow, so simple!
So what are these miraculous ingredients?
Ingredients of Clear Sound 911
The ingredients of Clear Sound 911 include
- Lemon balm
- Vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6
According to Robison, these ingredients ‘have been tested and proven to remove the toxin causing hearing loss.’ He further claims that the combination of these ingredients has been shown to ‘restore the missing nutrients in the brain, allowing the plague to fall away and the hairs to regrow, repair and restore completely.’ Of course, he didn’t bother to provide any scientific citation that backs up any of his claims.
How Much Does it Cost?
A bottle of Clear Sound 911 costs a discounted $69.95 (the original price is supposed $120). There are also two other plans:
- A 2-bottle package at $119.90 and
- A 4-bottle package at $199.80.
All these plans come with ‘free shipping’ and a ’90-day money-back guarantee’ but seriously, don’t bother. Phytage Labs does NOT honor its refund policy.
Now to the fun part. Why is Clear Sound 911 a scam?
1. Jerry Robison is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
Jerry Robison calls himself a 47-years old man. That’s it. There is no other information about him.
Good luck trying to find out where this man lives, his qualifications, or his social media profiles. There is a photo passed off as Jerry Robison in the text version of the website, but it is untraceable. This, of course, is not the first time I’m seeing this situation.
The bottom line is, if we can’t verify Robison’s identity, there is no way I’ll ever believe that the other characters in his backstory (Dr. Danny and Rebecca Stevens) are real human beings.
2. Unverifiable, Untrustworthy Testimonials.
All the testimonials featured on Clear Sound 911 are unverifiable. Sure, the scammers added untraceable photos to accompany their bogus testimonials but from experience, I can confidently tell you that they are fake. This is because this isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed products from the company behind this supplement, and they are well known for using stock photos as testimonials. Lately, however, they have become wiser and have started using untraceable photos but as the good old saying goes, a leopard cannot change its spots!
3. Clear Sound 911 is Owned by A Shady Company
Clear Sound 911 is owned by Phytage Labs, you know, the same company behind the following scams:
I’m pretty sure that they have more scams in their collection and I’ll keep exposing them as they show up.
Check out my previous reviews linked above for more information about this company.
4. The Scientific Basis is Rubbish
As I mentioned earlier, the so-called Dr. Danny claims that ‘toxic chemicals’ are the main cause of hearing loss. That’s outright false. Everybody knows that noise is the number 1 cause of hearing loss. It’s kinda very embarrassing for a supposed doctor with 25 years of research experience to be making this mistake!
Secondly, Danny claims that these toxic chemicals cause the deposition of amyloid-beta protein on your auditory nerves. That’s false. The fact is, the formation and deposition of amyloid-beta protein are largely driven by genetics, and scientists don’t know for certain why it occurs.
Finally, Danny claims that these amyloid-beta protein deposits can be removed from your hair cells by the ingredients found in Clear Sound 911. Well if that is true, then wow … Danny just found the cure for Alzheimer’s disease!
Sadly, Danny is laughably wrong. Fact remains that amyloid-beta deposits in nerve cells are irreversible, and cause the permanent death of these cells. On top of that, once your hair cells die for whatever reason, they cannot be regenerated. Basically, what Danny is claiming about his supplement causing your hair cells ‘to regrow, repair and restore completely’ is impossible and therefore, false.
As you can see, the M.O of Clear Sound 911 is to give you false hope in order to fleece you of your hard-earned money. Don’t fall for it!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Clear Sound 911. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: ClearSound911.com
I have heard reports that Phytage Labs doesn’t refund those who bought Clear Sound 911. If you made the mistake of buying this product, your best bet is to quickly file a credit card dispute with your bank or card provider on the basis of fraud. Don’t waste your time trying to get your refund directly from Phytage Labs because you’ll most certainly be ignored!
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