I’ve seen a few websites recently offering cures for hearing loss. Yes, cures. And, would you believe it, it’s so incredibly simple! Just send $29.99 and they’ll send you some tablets, a spray or some eardrops. It really is that easy.
I’m not going to link to the websites and I’m not going to name them (don’t much fancy being sued) but it’s pretty obvious that they are total horseshit. If your doctor and audiologist cannot cure your hearing loss then there’s no way a secret, magical formula from the internet is going to.
It’s tempting though, isn’t it? I even found myself wanting to believe one of the products could work for me. If you want something bad enough you are tempted to believe it’s worth a go. Don’t be fooled, if there was a cure for hearing loss then it wouldn’t be a secret formula on a handful of dodgy-looking websites, it would be a worldwide mega-seller, it would be big news.
If something looks too good to be true then it probably is. It’s frustrating to think that people might be getting hooked in by these sellers, people looking for a cheap, quick and easy option.
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