Quiet Mind Plus Reviews

About Quiet Mind Plus

Quiet Mind Plus, found online at QuiestMindPlus.com, is an over-the-counter supplement which promises to help people completely eliminate their tinnitus in less than one month of use. 

How Does It Work?

As anyone who suffers from tinnitus knows, this is a medical condition which results in ringing, buzzing, hissing, clicking, or whistling sounds in your ears, and may also result in partial hearing loss.

Gregory Peters, the creator of Quiet Mind Plus, says that what most people don’t understand, however, is that the cause of tinnitus isn’t an injury to your ear canal or exposure to loud noises or any of the other popular theories. Instead, this is a neurological problem that is taking place entirely inside your brain.

Tinnitus comes from a problem within the auditory cortex of the brain, which is why people who are deaf can actually experience tinnitus as well. The buzzing or ringing that you hear comes from a problem with the synapses in your brain not being able to communicate with the other areas of your brain. 

Peters partnered with a doctor and MENSA member, Dr. Campbell, to create an all-natural, over-the-counter supplement which has the ability to fix the problem with your synapses and completely eliminate your tinnitus within three weeks. 

Cost/Price Plans

Currently their website is offering their customers three different options for ordering this product. First, a single bottle is priced at $69, while three bottles are priced at $59 per bottle, and six bottles are priced at $49 per bottle. 

Their website says that this is a special promotional price that is being offered "today only," but that isn't true. They have been running this promotion for their customers for awhile now, and it is unclear when this promotion will be discontinued.

Refund Policy

Because this product is currently being sold through the Software Projects Digital Marketplace, all customers are eligible for their 60 day Refund Policy if they believe they product they have purchased is different than what they believe was promised, or if they have another serious problem or complaint. Customers who are hoping to request a refund from Software Projects will need to contact them directly with their order information. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who wish to speak with Customer Service about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact Us link at the bottom of their page. Customers who are simply seeking a refund can also contact Software Projects, if they do not hear back from the company themselves. 

Reputation

First, it’s important to know that, according to the Mayo Clinic and other medical professionals, there are multiple possible causes of tinnitus and it requires a doctor and medical testing to determine what is the cause of your tinnitus.

There are definitely types of tinnitus that are caused by neurological disorders, but customers who have an external form of tinnitus will not be helped by the same methods that improve these types of tinnitus. Again, determining the right treatment for your personal needs requires diagnosis by a doctor.

If you are someone who has tried multiple different doctor based recommendations without any relief, then you may want to try the Quiet Mind Plus for yourself since it does offer customers a Software Projects guaranteed 60 day refund. First, however, you will want to contact their Customer Service team to see whether or not this product can be opened and used before it is returned.          

Competitors and Alternatives?

There are many materials available both online and in stores that claim to help people manage, reduce or eliminate their tinnitus, including previous supplements like Quiet Mind Plus. Customers should always speak with their physician before trying new methods, however.   

If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Quiet Mind Plus reviews below.

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Reviewed By Getulio on August 2, 2017, Washington

I agree with all the previous negative reviews. Quiet Mind Plus is a scam. I fell for the false statements, but any person with tinnitus understands how much you want to find something that turns off the noise. Save your money, and maybe treat yourself to relaxing massage. You'll be better off.

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Won't get fooled again!

Reviewed By Richard Prell on July 15, 2017

If you are still not sure, then go ahead. Also go ahead and buy those ads for weight loss and penis enlargements. I bought a similar pill years ago by what this company seems to be advertising. It had the exact same come on and refund notice and also no phone number. It is probably the same company.
Like everybody else I also look in on adds that advertise a cure and they all seem to be the same fraud scheme. As everyone else said, the best remedy is to tune it out. I have had it for 30 years and notice it only when I pay attention to it. And then I stop and tune it out. You can do the same believe it or not. It is annoying to you and others but people certainly have productive lives with far worse handicaps.

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I actually tried it and...

Reviewed By Jamie Nova on July 6, 2017

...as most people have guessed, it didn't work. It's a scam, and although I knew better, I decided to leave 'no stone unturned' and I am willing to try ANYTHING to end my tinnitus. So I went for it. Anyway, for me the best option still is visiting TinnitusTalk ( dot ) com ... because at least there you can talk to other people with Tinnitus, no one is trying to profit off of you and you have the chance to compare stories, learn, and with some guidance, eventually habituate.

If there's good news I can share with the Tinnitus world is habituation offers real relief. I'm a fortunate one, my habituation was relatively fast, and even though the pitch or volume hasn't changed for me, my attitude has... It's more than just being more 'positive' about it... it's about noticing it less... which, effectively, is tantamount to lowering the volume.

tl;dr: Product is a scam. Visit support forums instead and educate yourself!

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Old but not stupid DO NOT BUY IT

Reviewed By Old Woman on July 3, 2017

Sceptical but hopeful....then 5 mins turned to 10...then the "most herbals are fake or loaded with some chemical" ...then 15 mins...then the Secret Formula, "if i tell you i have to keel you" BS...30 mins...$99 a bottle! We recomend 6 and will GIVE you a DISCOUNT after all we suggest it could take up to 75 days to see results...Well I am going to DISCOUNT your BS As a RIPOFF...and GIVE you some advice...get in your wagon and take your "liniment cure" down to the river and dump it...then carry yourself to the alter and pray the folks YOU CONNED only use the horse whip on you and not their boots! SHAME SHAME SHAME!

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Considering it...

Reviewed By Kelley on June 26, 2017, California

First off, I HAVE NOT ORDERED OR USED THE PRODUCT YET. I HAVE IT A 3 STAR RATING ONLY BECAUSE I'M IN THE MIDDLE OF MAKING A CHOICE. So, I ended up finding their website by clicking on an ad after reading a story about one of my favorite TV shows so I wasn't looking for it but it peaked my interest. So the guy said it was a 5 minute video and hour later it was over. I immediately thought that if he couldn't be honest about how long a video was them how honest could he possibly be about his product? I myself have only had tinnitus for about 6 months now and it isn't constant but comes and goes throughout the day. I've been to the Dr's and has hearing tests, etc and they say my hearing is perfect. My husband says they're lying to me but he's an ass most of the time anyway. Lol. Back to the subject...I'm seriously thinking of at least trying it for the 60 days, within the time frame to get a refund if needed. Ive read all the articles about the product and this is the only site that seems to have any bad reviews. I do agree with above comments that you shouldn't knock the product in a "review" if you haven't tried it first. I believe some opinions are helpful, the ones that are from people who have actually done the research on the company, owners and creators. Before I do order this product I will check back several times on this site for more comments, opinions and reviews just to give myself more information. So, thanks to everyone who has and will put in their two cents about this product. Everyone's voice helps us all make a more educated decision!

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July 06, 2017

The reason this one has poor reviews and others might show positive reviews is the other reviews are fake. They are 'planted' positive reviews to help them sell more of their bogus cure.

This product doesn't work. I tried it and it's bunk. Find my review on here fore more info if needed. Also if you DO try it, be careful about returns... they say it takes like 75 days to see a difference, but the return window is 60 I believe. That's convenient for them!

Better is to stay away in the first place. If Tinnitus gets cured you'll hear about it in TinnitusTalk ( dot ) com, it won't be a click-bait ad, obviously.

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