Synapse XT tinnitus supplement by ‘Bryan Jones’ is a despicable scam you should stay away from. The scammers behind this product went as far as using the name of a deceased medical doctor to market their product – I’ve not seen anything like it – and that’s besides all the false, outrageous claims and the fakery plastered all over the place! In this review, you are going to find out all the details and many other reasons why you should keep your distance from this scam!
Synapse XT was launched in July 2020. According to Jones, he was able to get rid of his tinnitus in 20 days using this supplement. Ever since ‘50,000’ people and counting have already used it to get rid of their tinnitus permanently. He even claims that Synapse XT can help you get rid of dementia and other neurological ailments like migraines, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s disease. According to him, all it just takes is ’60 seconds to change your life’ … and his method works ‘100% of the time.’
So how did Jones manage to discover this miraculous tinnitus cure?
Backstory of Synapse XT
Bryan Jones tells us a sob story of how his bad tinnitus almost drove him to suicide by jumping off a bridge onto rail tracks below. On seeing his crying 12-year-old daughter Adele rushing towards him though, he relented and vowed to find a cure to his ailment.
His ‘research’ led him to discover that the bad ‘Big Pharma’ is not your friend and only cares about profiting off of people’s suffering (sure thing, bro). He also alleges that the big pharmaceutical companies know the cure for tinnitus but are purposely keeping the information away from the public to maximize their profits.
Eventually, Jones meets a 100-year-old Irish retired doctor named Joseph Barnes in Ireland. Apparently, Dr. Barnes, himself a tinnitus sufferer, had earlier discovered the cure for tinnitus but was forced by Big Pharma and the government to sign away his intellectual property rights to the research so that they could hide it from the public. Dr. Barnes allegedly cured his tinnitus in just 7 days with his discovery. In fact, the cure is so good, it can increase your IQ by 20 points and prevent any brain disorder. Now, however, ‘only 0.2% of the population’ consisting entirely of ‘elites’ have access to the cure (until now, duh).
Jones was able to convince Dr. Barnes to give him the ingredients and the specific formula he used in his original cure. He then uses them to manufacture a supplement, which he used to reverse his tinnitus. Then he tried it on 60 people and all of them got cured. Convinced, he packaged it as Synapse XT and now he wants you to buy it, use it and join the ‘50,000’ people who have already used it to cure their tinnitus and hearing loss.
Science Behind Synapse XT
Bryan Jones begins by repeating the same old cliché that tinnitus and hearing loss has nothing to do with your ears but something bad happening inside your brain. Later on, he informs us that damage to nerve synapses is the ‘root cause’ of tinnitus and hearing loss. For those who don’t know, a synapse is the junction where two or more nerves meet. This junction allows signals to be transferred from one nerve to the other. A healthy, working synapse is required for nerves throughout the body to effectively communicate and share information with one another.
According to Jones, his supplement possesses the miraculous ability to reverse all the damage in the nerve synapses in your brain. He claims that not only will it reverse your tinnitus and hearing loss permanently, but it will also reverse and protect you from other brain diseases such as migraines, dementia, etc.
The secret behind Synapse XT’s incredible healing powers lies within its ingredients. let’s talk about them, shall we?
Ingredients of Synapse XT
The ingredients of Synapse XT include:
- Juniper berry
- Green tea
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin C
- Hawthorn berry
This list is no different from that of colossal scams Sonus Complete and Ear Clear Plus … in fact, it looks inferior to the aforementioned. And to cap it all off, none of these ingredients have been scientifically proven to reverse or ‘cure’ tinnitus.
So much for a ‘miracle’ cure.
How Much Does It Cost?
A bottle of Synapse XT costs $69. Two other plans exist:
- 3 bottles for $177
- 6 bottles for $294
‘Free shipping’ accompanies the bigger plans, but you’ll have to fork over $7.95 for shipping if you order just one bottle. All plans come with a ’60 day moneyback guarantee’ but this is actually the standard policy of the retailer (Clickbank), not Brian Jones. So don’t think for a second that this product is legit just because it offers a refund guarantee.
Now to the fun part. Why is Synapse XT a scam?
1. Author is A Paid Actor (Does NOT Exist!)
Bryan Jones calls himself a 56-year-old medical professor at a top U.S university who lives with his wife and kids in Omaha, Nebraska. Well, that’s a lie because the man calling himself Brian Jones in the video presentation is just a paid actor you can hire on Fiverr.com!
What does this mean? Simple: Bryan Jones does NOT exist and his sob story on how he managed to discover the ‘cure’ of tinnitus never happened. Absolute indication of a scam!
2. Fake Facebook Testimonials with Stock Videos
Synapse XT features a bunch of testimonials made to look like they were taken from Facebook. But to begin with, Synapse XT does not have an official Facebook presence. Secondly and most importantly, those ‘Facebook’ testimonials are fake because they were made with stock videos!
- ‘Julie G.’ is a stock video you can buy from 123RF.com;
- ‘Scott C.’ is a stock video from Getty Images;
- ‘Marry L.’ is a stock video from Envato Elements;
- ‘Robert P.’ is a stock video from Getty Images and iStock;
- ‘Karolyn T.’ is a stock video you can buy from Getty Images, 123RF, and iStock;
- ‘Charlie M’ is just another stock video from iStock.
So don’t let those elegantly-designed Facebook screenshots deceive you. They are all fake!
3. Dishonestly Uses A Dead Doctor’s Name to Sell Scam
Remember Dr. Joseph Barnes, the supposed 100-year-old Irish doctor who allegedly gave Bryan Jones the tinnitus ‘cure’? Well, it turns out that Dr. Barnes died in 2017 – a full three years before Synapse XT was even conceived. Secondly, Dr. Barnes was 102 years old when he died in 2017 so Bryan lied when he claimed that Barnes is 100 years old today. On top of that, Barnes was a missionary doctor who founded an organization that caters to the health needs of people in Africa, and his field of medical practice was in tropical medicine, which has nothing to do with treating tinnitus.
So we are dealing with a scam that is actively tarnishing the good name of a deceased doctor just to fleece people of their hard-earned money. Do you now understand why this scam is despicable?
4. The Scientific Basis is Rubbish
As I mentioned earlier, Bryan Jones claims that tinnitus has nothing to do with your ears but with your brain. This is very misleading because in most cases, tinnitus has absolutely everything to do with your inner ears. Basically, if something goes wrong with your inner ear hair cells, the brain tries to compensate for the audio signal loss by increasing its sensitivity to noise, leading to tinnitus. So claiming that tinnitus has nothing to do with your ears is flat-out wrong, and no ear specialist ever claims that.
Secondly, Jones claims that damaged synapses are the ‘root cause’ of tinnitus. Now while it’s true that damaged nerve synapses lead to problems like tinnitus, saying that it is the ‘root cause’ of tinnitus is outright false. Synapse damage is a result of several factors (for example, noise in the case of tinnitus) … and those factors should be the ones in contention for ‘root causes’.
Needless to say, we are dealing with a dumb scammer!
Final Recommendation: DON’T BUY Synapse XT Tinnitus Supplement. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: SynapseXT.com
Clickbank is the retailer of this product. So if you have made the mistake of buying it, contact them directly for your money back. Clickbank is a legit company and they honor their refund policy.
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[Some information based on reporting by ‘contrast’ at Tinnitus Talk ]