Today’s Target: Thomas Coleman’s “Tinnitus Miracle” Treatment System
Tinnitus Miracle is one of the more popular tinnitus treatment systems available online. This tinnitus system is actually in the form of an electronic book (aka ebook) mixed in with some one-on-one consultation with Thomas himself.
Who Exactly Is Thomas Coleman?
Thomas Coleman is a medical researcher and health consultant and former tinnitus sufferer himself. He’s the one who put this tinnitus treatment system together after doing years of research trying to cure it for himself.
What Exactly Is Tinnitus Miracle?
Thomas’s “Tinnitus Miracle” is a natural treatment for eliminating tinnitus and several conditions associated with it. It is a step-by-step system that tries to address all of the conditions associated with tinnitus because (evidently) there are a lot of different issues that can cause it which require different treatments to be effective.
Does Tinnitus Miracle Live Up To It’s Claims?
Thomas makes many claims about Tinnitus Miracle on his website. I have personally verified many of these claims via public information (because that’s what I do!) but I couldn’t verify all of them because I simply ran out of time (there’s just so many!) The ones I did research passed with flying colors except for these two:
1) Stop The Constant Ringing, Buzzing, Hissing and Discomfort and Keep Them Away Forever
(Ok, Is he really saying that there’s NO CHANCE your tinnitus symptoms will ever come back after using his system? Hmm…)
2) Eliminate Your Tinnitus Within 2 Months
(I think better wording for this phrase would be “Potentially” Eliminate Your Tinnitus Within 2 Months. It might work for most people, but nothing works for everyone no matter what it is. This sounds like some overly-extreme marketing hype to me.
Does Tinnitus Miracle Have Any Potentially Dangerous Effects?
Tinnitus Miracle is an electronic book and only consists of natural solutions for eliminating tinnitus. I read the entire book front to back and didn’t see anything that I would consider even slightly dangerous (except maybe the part about acupuncture.)
*Important Note: I am NOT a doctor so you definitely shouldn’t take my word for it. This is only my personal opinion. and I’m a dog.
Tinnitus Miracle Customer Service – Is It Up To Par?
As part of every investigation, I purchase the actual product, request customer service, then request a refund. In my experience, customer service is an area where a lot of companies fall flat on their butts. Thomas’s customer service was exceptional. A basic question took under 24 hours to get a helpful response. The refund request was processed by ClickBank, Thomas’s online distributor, in under 48 hours.
What Does The Better Business Bureau Have To Say About Thomas?
The name of Thomas’s company is Higher Ways Publishing. The Better Business Bureau has no record (good or bad) of Higher Ways Publishing or Tinnitus Miracle. Further investigation found that Higher Ways Publishing is based in the country of Israel so they aren’t covered under the BBB.
Flash Update: I have discovered the Israeli equivalent of the Better Business Bureau which is Public Trust (http://www.ptrust.org) however the site isn’t available in English. If anyone can look up Thomas’s company and translate it then please email me!
So What’s The Verdict?
Tinnitus Miracle is not a scam. In the Health Hound’s opinion, I would say that it’s a no-brainer not to at least give this product a try. Please report back with your opinion of the product (positive or negative) and proof that you have used it (such as a receipt).
Click Here To Learn More About Thomas Coleman’s “Tinnitus Miracle” System
Hound Tip: The information on Thomas’ site has better tinnitus tips than most paid products I’ve seen..