Quietus is an herbal supplement which is widely advertised on the radio across the United States. The big question everyone is asking is, does it really work? Let’s dive right in and find out the truth…
First of all, a big problem I have with Quietus is the fact that it’s a “risk-free trial offer”. Which means you pay a small upfront fee to try Quietus for 30 days. If you don’t like it, you return it within 30 days and they give you your money back (hopefully). If you don’t return it within 30 days they charge your credit card $99.95 for one bottle.
These trial offers have gotten a lot of attention lately due to the FTC cracking down on them because of their deceptive nature. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of good risk free trial offers out there. I think Netflix is a good example. Even better, Visa & Mastercard recently started banning risk-free trial offers because they reportedly account for about 2% of their total sales and 40% of their chargebacks.
There have also been reports of some “deceptive selling” by their customer service agents when you call in to place your order. A lot of these “boiler room” type of call centers have a bad reputation for being pushy. A lot of people are even reporting that the sales reps at Quietus try to get you to sign up for things like vacation offers and several other products when you call in to place your order :: clearly to squeeze more money out of you :: now what does that have to do with tinnitus? *Growl*
So the big question, does it actually work?
The short answer is no. There are way too many (hundreds) of customer reviews online (including on this blog) stating that Quietus had absolutely no effect. Community doesn’t lie.
There is a great alternative to Quietus that my pack loves. Unlike Quietus, this program is not scam. It’s a 100% free report I’ve put together that teaches you several proven methods to eliminate your tinnitus. In the Health Hound’s opinion, I would say that it’s a no-brainer not to at least give this free report a try.