Ear Clear Plus
Just the reincarnation of a known tinnitus scam
Author does NOT exist
Fake testimonials with stock, stolen photos
Similar to multiple tinnitus scams
Literally the resurrection of dead scam Quiet Mind Plus, copies the latter almost word-for-word
Don’t even contemplate on buying Ear Clear Plus by ‘Gregory Peterson’ because it is a scam! This product is nothing but the resurrection of an old tinnitus scam called Quiet Mind Plus so don’t even think that you have stumbled upon a tinnitus ‘breakthrough’ that will clear the ringing in your ears. So sit back, relax and happy reading!
Ear Clear Plus, aka Quiet Mind Plus 2.0, was (re)launched in October 2018. It claims to reverse your tinnitus in less than 3 weeks using ‘natural’ ingredients and some B vitamins. It’s the same old story. Big Pharma, in cahoots with doctors, have conspired to not tell you the truth about the real cause of tinnitus because they want to keep making you spend money on their endless tests and drugs. But now through Peterson, with the help of rogue, ‘Einstein IQ’ match scientist ‘Dr Parker’, we now have Ear Clear Plus to the rescue.
Backstory of Ear Clear Plus
The backstory of Ear Clear Plus is no different from that of Quiet Mind Plus. There were just minor changes to the story:
- In Quiet Mind Plus, ‘Greg Peters’ tried to kill himself and almost killed his wife on his birthday in front of his family. In Ear Clear Plus however, Peterson did try to kill himself, but this time around it wasn’t on his birthday.
- In Quiet Mind Plus, the scientist that eventually responded to Peters’ research calls was one ‘Dr David Campbell.’ But in Ear Clear Plus, it was one ‘Dr Parker.’
I won’t retell the backstory since I’ve already done that in my Quiet Mind Plus review. So you can head over to that review if you want to read it.
Ingredients of Ear Clear Plus
We are told that this supplement consists of the following ingredients:
- Hawthorn berries
- Olive leaves
- Buchu leaves
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin B6
- Green tea
- Juniper berries
- Uva Ursi
- Vitamin C
Well I’m not going to waste my time talking about the ingredients because, given the type of scam we’re dealing with, there is absolutely no guarantee that this product actually contains all these ingredients. To make matters worse, there is no documentation provided on their website that shows the composition of these substances and which one is the active ingredient.
How Much Does it Cost?
One bottle of Ear Clear Plus costs $69. Apart from that, there are two other plans:
- A 3-bottle plan at $59 each and
- A 6-bottle plan at $49 per bottle.
This product supposedly comes with a ‘180 day moneyback guarantee’ but don’t keep your hopes up that they will honor their refund policy. The best thing for you to do if you made the mistake of buying this product is to file a card dispute with your bank.
Alright. Now let’s go straight to the reasons why Ear Clear Plus is a scam, shall we?
1. Gregory Peterson Does NOT Exist!
Gregory calls himself a California-based medical librarian who works ‘at one of the biggest US universities for over 30 years now.’ Well that’s a lie because he’s just a stock photo you can buy at Shutterstock.com, Dreamstime.com, 123RF.com…
As you can see, this is the very same photo used in Quiet Mind Plus as that of the ‘author’ Gregory Peters. Also notice that it’s literally the same name?
Now that we have established this fact, rest assured that Alliance Health Inc., the supposed company behind this supplement, does NOT exist either. Yes I checked. The company has no physical address or even a phone number.
2. Similar to Other Known Scams
Now even though it’s pretty clear that Ear Clear Plus is nothing more than the resurrection of Quiet Mind Plus, it is also important to note that Quiet Mind Plus is in itself a clone of the following toenail fungus scams:
The first two scams, just like Quiet Mind Plus, met their demise shortly after Contra Health Scam’s devastating reviews went up. But now Quiet Mind Plus has reincarnated itself as Ear Clear Plus and Contra Health Scam will gladly send it back to its grave!
3. Fake Testimonials with Stock Photos
When you click to buy Ear Clear Plus, you’ll be shown three testimonials with three, very bad quality photos. But all of them are random free stock photos!
- ‘Mary Schofield’ is actually a random free stock photo;
- ‘Dennis Galletta’ is a stock photo you can freely download from Pixabay or Max Pixel;
- ‘Kelly Walker’ is a free stock photo from Flickr.
The use of these stock photos as testimonials is actually an ‘upgrade’ because in Quiet Mind Plus, Facebook default avatars were used instead. So at least it counts for something, doesn’t it?
4. Repeats The Same Falsehood From Older Scam Quiet Mind Plus
Like I’ve already mentioned, Ear Clear Plus is nothing more that the resurrection of defunct scam Quiet Mind Plus. This also means that this product copied the same falsehood about the cause of tinnitus word-for-word from Quiet Mind Plus.
I’ve already explained this flawed scientific basis in full detail in my Quiet Mind Plus review so I’m not going to repeat myself. So head over to that review if you’re interested.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Ear Clear Plus. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: TinnitusTrick.com
So as you can see, this review is pretty short. This is because there is nothing about it that I haven’t said already in a previous review. The bottom line is, Ear Clear Plus is the reincarnation of a dead scam called Quiet Mind Plus. So the best thing for you to do is to keep your distance from it!
Also, please note that, at this time, there is no permanent cure for tinnitus. The causes of tinnitus are many…and you need to consult a doctor as he is the most qualified to identify the specific cause of your condition and manage it effectively.
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