Facebook On Fire Review – Big Scam Or Legit Money Making Opportunity
Making an extra $300 per day sure sounds nice, doesn’t it? Imagine being able to do just that by fooling around on Facebook by posting, liking, and sharing posts. That is exactly what the Facebook on Fire online money making plan tells you that you can do to earn easy money. Sounds pretty good? Sure it does! That’s why I’m doing a Facebook on Fire review.
First, as usual, I want to point out that I am no way associated with Facebook on Fire and its creator, ‘Joseph Magnum’. My review is based on research I did online and my opinion of this money making system is just that, my own. If you are looking to sign up and give Facebook on Fire a try, then I strongly suggest you go online and check out a few other reviews before making an informed decision.
Facebook On Fire Review – The Low Down!
So I started writing this review a few days ago, and now today I can’t find the website for this program online, nor the Facebook page, which Facebook shows is no longer available. This money making system is also known as “FB Freedom Cash”, and I can’t seem to find anything about that now either.
UPDATE 11/10/17: Facebook On Fire has appeared once again online since I posted this review.
So what does this tell us? It is nothing more than a scam.
Sadly, I had spent a few hours the past couple days outlining my blog post for Facebook on Fire, and how I was going to relay that in my opinion it was a scam. But now that is kind of pointless to do since none of the online sites related to it are up and available.
Basically Facebook on Fire wanted you to pay them $47 for their proven method on how to make money posting, sharing, and liking things on Facebook.
The creator of the system, Joseph Magnum, says he overheard a conversation between Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg while he was a waiter at a restaurant they were eating at. Being a sly guy, he says he managed to use his cell phone to hide it near their table and record their meeting conversation, which is where he says he learned of a huge loophole in the Facebook system that allows people to make easy money fast.
For $47 bucks, he was sharing his great loophole discovery with 100 lucky people.
So far it all sounds like a load of BS. And is must have been, because now his sites are nowhere to be found.
I am sure though, with time, it will pop up again with another name and a new twist. So be aware of what you are reading here in case a week or two from now something new shows up with similar circumstances.
More than likely Facebook got wind if the scam and shut it down fast with their big hammer. Check out their policies page here.
To Good To Be True
Remember, if a money making opportunity comes along that sounds to good to be true it probably is. Easy money online is not a reality. Sure, you can go and take silly surveys or watch sales videos online and get paid some pocket change. But making real money that makes a difference in your life takes effort and some work – period! No way around that.
Again, if something sound to good to be true, like this Facebook on Fire scheme, or whatever it is going to be called when it pops back up, it likely is a scam.
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Wrapping It Up
While I was looking forward to sharing my full report with you about Facebook on Fire, it is pretty pointless now as their web pages are gone (Update: since having written this post their website is back). I am sure that some of the other scams I reviewed in the past on this website are also no longer there… I should go back and do some page updates!
Avoid online scams. Be sure to search out valid reviews of any online money making opportunity you come along. For every single valid means of making money online there are more than seventy scams out there. That sucks!
If you are serious about starting an at home business working at home, then check out my review of Wealthy Affiliate. You will be surprised at what you learn.
Update 2/2018: Since having written this post about Facebook On Fire, I have received numerous emails from people claiming to have been scammed by them. They are still out there, buyer beware.
Thanks for reading,