Tinnitus 911$69.95 a bottle
Author identity and qualifications0.0/10
Scientific basis of program0.0/10
Presentation of program0.0/10
- Author does NOT exist
- Fake Testimonials with stock photos
- Similar to another scam Quiet Mind Plus
- Slim chance of getting a refund despite moneyback guarantee
Tinnitus 911 by ‘Charlie Gaines’ is a worthless scam you should not spend your money on. This sham of a product is nothing more than another version of known scam Quiet Mind Plus so don’t expect anything good from it. In this short review you’ll find out all you need to know about this product, and why you should avoid it like a plague!
Created in August 2017, Tinnitus 911 claims to be ‘the 100% natural tinnitus solution the world’s been begging for.’ According to Gaines, Tinnitus 911 helped him overcome his chronic tinnitus problem in just a few days. Well I’m going to skip the sob story involving his little daughter and go straight to the point which is, Why is Tinnitus 911 a scam?
1. Charlie Gaines Does NOT Exist!
Charlie Gaines never tells us who he is, apart from the info that he lives in South Carolina with his wife and 2-year old daughter. Well don’t bother finding out about this man, because he is nothing but a deleted stock photo!
Here is the proof:
In the text version of the website, the scammer cleverly flipped the photo to the opposite side so as to make tracing of the photo’s origin more difficult. But hey, this trick is not new to Contra Health Scam. Nice try though!
2. Fake Testimonials With Stock Photos
All the testimonials featured on Tinnitus 911 are fake, because they were made using stock photos! Like I mentioned earlier, the scammer put some effort into making sure that these photos would be difficult to trace. But hey…
- ‘Dave’ from Texas is a stock photo you can buy from Masterfile;
- ‘Susan’ from Florida is a stock photo available at Masterfile and Getty Images;
- ‘Ronald’ from New York is just another stock photo that has been used by scam websites (like this one) to make testimonials;
- ‘Fiona’ from Texas is a stock photo you can buy from Masterfile and 123RF.
So as you can see, fake.
3. Similar To Another Scam Quiet Mind Plus
The reason why this review is short is that Tinnitus 911 is nothing more than another version of colossal scam Quiet Mind Plus. Even though the website design and names of the characters featured in the backstories of both products are different, both products make the same claims about tinnitus almost word-for-word.
Also, the backstory of both products are basically the same except for this important difference: In Quiet Mind Plus, the tinnitus almost drove the author to commit murder-suicide (or more correctly, suicide failed suicide-murder) but in Tinnitus 911, Gaines’ tinnitus simply made his life worse.
In my Quiet Mind Plus review I proved that its author knows nothing about tinnitus. Now by copying Quiet Mind Plus, the scammer behind Tinnitus 911 has proven that he too knows nothing about tinnitus!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Tinnitus 911. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: Tinnitus911.com
Unfortunately, Tinnitus 911 is not sold by intermediate retailers so getting a refund will be more difficult. But if you’ve made the mistake of buying the product, you can always file a credit card dispute. I personally do not believe that the 90-day moneyback guarantee will be honored by the scammer so don’t put your hopes on it. You may try your luck though, I’m not stopping you.
Also, please know that tinnitus can be caused by a plethora of things so you need to see a doctor when you start experiencing this symptom. The medical doctor is the most qualified person to determine what is causing your tinnitus.
As always, feel free to make your own contributions in the comments section. Thank you!