Last updated on January 16th, 2020 at 12:20 am
Don’t waste your time and money trying Quiet Mind Plus by ‘Gregory Peters’ because it is a scam! This worthless scam was created by the same guys behind known scams Fungus Shield Plus and 11 Day Diabetes Fix so rest assured that this review verdict is very accurate!
Created in March 2017, Quiet Mind Plus is a supplement that will supposedly cure your chronic tinnitus completely in 3 weeks. According to Peters, Quiet Mind Plus will not just get rid of your tinnitus, but will also reverse your Alzheimer’s, migraine, brain fog and dementia. Well we’ll see about that, won’t we?
Backstory of Quiet Mind Plus
Peters tells us a dramatic sob story on how he discovered the Quiet Mind Plus ‘miracle’: First, he begins by claiming that he almost shot his wife to death during his own birthday party as his family watched. Before then, he had failed to shoot himself to death in front of his family. This suicide attempt was allegedly triggered by his really bad chronic tinnitus, which at that time drove him mad as his family sang ‘happy birthday.’ According to him, he had earlier gone to ‘a top-notch ear specialist’ who conducted various examinations but found nothing … and so the frustration, combined with the screeching sound of the ‘Happy Birthday’ chant, drove him nuts.
The shock of this near-tragedy allegedly propelled Peters to bury himself in books and library research on tinnitus, where he supposedly discovered that tinnitus has ‘nothing to do with your ears’ but ‘with something deeply disturbing and life threatening that’s happening inside your brain.’
With this ‘discovery,’ Peters started contacting ‘every single brain doctor, professor, researcher, and alternative medicine expert I knew’ until one of them finally responded: ‘Dr Steven Campbell.’ This ‘genius’ Campbell, Peters alleges, is a member of an ultra-secret, but at the same time ‘one of the most popular IQ organisations…’ Campbell allegedly tells him that he was once suffered from chronic tinnitus and Alzheimer’s disease ‘for YEARS’, but ‘that he’d overcome all of it with an ultra-secret protocol that only secret IQ societies members and government officials knew about…’
Peters claims that Campbell helped him to ‘basically steal’ the ‘ultra secret’ protocol from the secret IQ society and also helped him to create ‘the ultra secret anti-tinnitus formula’ aka Quiet Mind Plus. All at the risk of ‘our jobs, freedom and even our lives.’
Wow. Give this scammer a Pulitzer prize already!
Now to the fun part. Why is Quiet Mind Plus a scam?
1. Gregory Peters 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, Fotosearch.com, DepositPhotos.com, Alamy.com…
Regular Contra Health Scam readers already know the implication of this finding. This is an absolute indication of a scam!
Now that we know that Gregory Peters is just a fictional character, rest assured that our high IQ doc Campbell does NOT exist either. Of course, it also means that the award-worthy story you just read above never happened!
2. Similar To Other Known Scams
Looking at Quiet Mind Plus’ website instantly reminded me of several popular scams I had earlier exposed right here on Contra Health Scam:
It’s pretty easy to establish the connection. Simply visit these sites and you’ll immediately understand what I’m talking about.
3. Unverifiable Testimonials
Just like in the above-mentioned scams, the featured testimonials are unverifiable and made with Facebook default avatars.
4. Author Knows NOTHING About Tinnitus. Uses Scientific Articles To Deceive People
Judging from the claims made in the presentation, I have no doubt that the author of Quiet Mind Plus knows next to nothing about tinnitus. First, he claims that tinnitus ‘has nothing to do with your ears’…a very big, unforgivable lie. Fact is, tinnitus is ALWAYS caused by a disturbance in the function of your ears. No qualified medical professional will tell you otherwise!
Just like in the related scams above, Quiet Mind Plus used screenshots of scientific articles to make its product look well-researched and authentic. Specifically, those articles were supposed to prove the author’s other claim that tinnitus is caused by ‘something…happening inside your brain.’ Well I checked out those articles, and below I summarized them in a few sentences:
- The Hearing Reiview article states that scientists discovered that tinnitus-related signals were detected not only in the auditory cortex (the area of the brain that interprets what you hear), but in other parts of the brain. These scientists concluded that this finding helps to explain why tinnitus is hard to treat. They also suggested some treatment methods that may help, like neurofeedback or electromagnetic brain stimulation.
- The second article from NIH suggests combining Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and cognitive therapy in the treatment of tinnitus (same treatment as above);
- The third article is just an overview of brain synapse (the point where two or three neurons – the brain cells -meet) and how their malfunction leads to certain brain diseases. Tinnitus wasn’t even specifically mentioned as a disease there.
So as you can see, neither of the three articles suggest in any way that tinnitus has nothing to do with your ears. This author merely used their screenshots to decorate his presentation and nothing more. He doesn’t even know what the articles are talking about!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Quiet Mind Plus. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: QuietMindPlus.com
To further prove to you that the author of Quiet Mind Plus doesn’t know zilch about tinnitus, take a look at the screenshots from the presentation below.
Then a few subheadings later…
Wait a minute. First, ‘tinnitus is a symptom.’ But no, ‘tinnitus is a disease…?
I rest my case.
This garbage is marketed by Software Projects. So if you’ve made the mistake of buying it, quickly ask for your refund by using this form or calling 1-800-218-1525.
Please note that tinnitus is a SYMPTOM of some disease, a SIDE EFFECT of some drug you’re currently taking, or just a natural sign that you’re getting old. So if you have tinnitus, it’s best to see your doctor, who will examine you to find the exact cause of your tinnitus and prescribe the appropriate treatment. If I find any legitimate tinnitus therapy online, I’ll definitely let you know on this website. For now, I’ve found none.
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