Don’t waste your time trying Sonus Complete by ‘Greg Peters’ for your tinnitus because it is a scam! This product is nothing but the relaunch of the colossal scam Ear Clear Plus, which in turn is the reincarnation of the dead scam Quiet Mind Plus. So don’t think for a second that you’ve stumbled upon a ‘miracle’ tinnitus product as you’ll surely be disappointed!
Sonus Complete was launched in August 2019. Just like Ear Clear Plus, it claims to have the solution to your tinnitus. According to Mr. Peters, his supplement will get rid of your tinnitus in just three weeks. In fact, Peters claims that ‘more than 47,000 people’ have successfully used Sonus Complete to get rid of your tinnitus. He even went as far as to say that if you don’t start seeing results with his product ‘within a week,’ you should email him for your money back and he’ll refund you, ‘no questions asked.’
Backstory of Sonus Complete
The backstory of Sonus Complete is the same as that of Ear Clear Plus and Quiet Mind Plus. In fact, the backstory is exactly the same story told in Quiet Mind Plus. Basically, Peters claims that his tinnitus drove him nuts to the point that he almost murdered his wife and committed suicide at his own birthday party with his family. The shock of the near-tragedy drove him to research a cure … and after meeting one ‘genius’, ‘Einstein IQ’-caliber dude called ‘Dr. Campbell,’ he finally stumbled upon the cure and you can guess from here what happened next…
For more details on this backstory head over to my Quiet Mind Plus review.
Ingredients of Sonus Complete
The ingredients of Sonus Complete are basically the same as that of Ear Clear Plus. Let me reproduce it here just for kicks:
- Hawthorn berries
- Olive leaves
- Niacin (Vitamin B3)
- Buchu leaves
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin B6
- Green tea
- Juniper berries
- Uva Ursi
- Vitamin C
I’m not keeping my hopes up that this supplement actually contains these ingredients. Even if it does contain them, there is inefficient evidence that a combination of these ingredients is powerful enough to reverse tinnitus in such a short period of time as 3 weeks.
How Much Does It Cost?
Just like Ear Clear Plus, Sonus Complete costs $69 per bottle. Other plans include:
- A 3-bottle plan at $59 each and
- A 6-bottle plan at $49 per bottle.
Each of the plans comes with ‘free shipping’ and what Peters calls a ’60 days moneyback guarantee’ but if I were you, I wouldn’t hold my breath. A scam like this never honors their money-back guarantee and you’ll need to forcibly take your money back from them either via their retailer or your credit card provider.
Now to the fun part. Why is Sonus Complete a scam?
1. Greg Peters Does NOT Exist!
Greg Peters calls himself a 56-year-old ‘medical librarian’ who lives with his wife and kids ‘in a small town near Stamford, California.’ Well, don’t waste your time looking for him because he’s just a stock photo you can buy at Shutterstock.com, Dreamstime.com, 123RF.com, Fotosearch.com, DepositPhotos.com, Alamy.com…
The most amazing thing about this finding is that the scammers still insist on using this very stock photo in the various versions of this scam … but they keep tinkering with the name. Weird. But it doesn’t matter because as we already know. Mr. Greg doesn’t exist!
2. Similar To Known Scams
This one shouldn’t be a surprise at this point. Sonus Complete is the clear clone of the dead scam Quiet Mind Plus, as it copies the same script from the latter exactly word-for-word.
Not only that, Quiet Mind Plus itself is a clone of the following scams:
It’s quite amazing watching and documenting a scam as it rises and dies, only to resurrect with a new name. I bet that once this one dies, it will be reincarnated as some other tinnitus ‘breakthrough’ program. Once that happens, Contra Health Scam will gladly welcome it with yet another fatal review!
3. Untrustworthy Testimonials.
Unlike Quiet Mind Plus and Ear Clear Plus, Sonus Complete did not use stock photos as testimonials. Instead, they opted to use screenshots of ‘messages’ from their supposed clients who used Sonus Complete to successfully treat their tinnitus. But of course, there is no way I can trust these testimonials as true. Especially after all we’ve already uncovered about this product.
So don’t waste your time believing the testimonials.
4. Repeats the Same Lies Told in Quiet Mind Plus
Again, not surprising.
The scientific basis of Sonus Complete is exactly the same as that of Quiet Mind Plus. I covered this in detail in my Quiet Mind Plus review but here I’ll reproduce the most important part of my refutation here:
Just like in the related scams above,
Quiet Mind Plus(Sonus Complete) 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:
1. The Hearing Review 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.
2. The second article from NIH suggests combining Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and cognitive therapy in the treatment of tinnitus (same treatment as above);
3. 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!
5. Doctors ‘Brain Scan’ Used to Sell Scam
Right from the beginning, we are told, ‘Brain Scan Uncovers The Real Root Cause Of Tinnitus and what you can do about it starting today.’ Now, what’s this ‘brain scan’? The scammers were gracious enough to show it to us. Take a look:
From the screenshot above, it’s clear that the scammers doctored an MRI image of the brain by bizarrely adding orange-colored patches to them. I guess that they were trying to describe a PET scan of the brain, which looks like this:
It goes to show how dumb these scammers are, huh?
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Sonus Complete. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: SonusComplete.com
BuyGoods is the retailer of this program. So if you’ve made the mistake of buying this product, then ask for your money back by either contacting BuyGoods directly or filing a credit card dispute with your bank. Don’t waste your time reaching out to ‘Greg Peters’ via the email address provided because you’ll almost certainly never get your money back from them.
I’ll repeat what I said over at Ear Clear Plus: 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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