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Facebook on Fire – Scam or Legit? [Review]

Facebook On FireFacebook on Fire claims to be an easy way to make $300+ per day using Facebook like most people already do. But is this too good to be true? Is Facebook on Fire a scam like it seems it could be? Or is this possibly the life-changing system that people dream about getting their hands on?

I came across this system the other day and knew that I had to write a review on it. It comes across as very “scammy” and there is no wonder that you are suspicious of it along with many others. And I’ll tell you what… I’ll get straight to the point here and tell you that Yes… this is a scam. And in this review I’ll be going over why.

Facebook on Fire Overview

Facebook on Fire is a system that is claimed to have been created by a man named Joseph Magnum from Dover New Jersey. However, I cannot verify this information and there is a good possibility that this guy doesn’t even exist. Its likely a made up name.

But anyways… this guy claims that with this system you can easily make $300+ by “fooling around on Facebook”. He actually says that many people using this system are making as much as $1,000 per day.

And of course you only have to work 5 minutes per day doing this.

How It Works

As expected… there is no good information on how this actually works. The guy in the video just gives you a bunch of vague information that really tells you nothing at all.

He claims that this system is based around some “loophole” that exists on Facebook. Supposedly Mark Zuckerberg & Bill Gates had a secret meeting discussing loopholes in their systems. And guess what… this “Joseph Magnum” guy happened to be at the meeting. He recorded the meeting on his iPhone and learned everything.

Then of course, being the genius he is and all, he developed this Facebook on Fire program that exploits this loophole and makes tons of money off of it.

And this is all I know because this is all they tell you. Everything is very vague as expected. This is how scams usually go about it.

Cannot Trust This Place

Besides the fact that this opportunity sounds much too good to be true, there are some blatant lies that I can show you that prove this place cannot be trusted.

Fake Testimonials

The video that I watched for Facebook on Fire there were testimonials from people that had supposedly used the system. But these are completely fake. The people in these videos are actors/actresses from Fiverr.com.

I noticed this right away because I have seen these people in testimonials from other scams. To give you some proof, here is a screenshot of the lady on the top right from Fiverr…

Limited Positions

They tell you that there are only a limited number of openings left but this is a common scam tactic that is used to get people to buy in faster without thinking about it.

There are not limited positions. You can come back to their site anytime and it will say the same thing.

You Get $500

As you probably already know… you aren’t going to get that $500 that is promised for making it though Stage 2, which is just watching the second promo video. This is just another common scam tactic used to get people to sit through the videos and get closer to buying the program.

The Cold Hard Reality

The reality is that there is no push-button system like this out there that can just start generating you hundreds of dollars per day from Facebook. There is no “loophole” like this.

The truth is that making money online is not this easy. I have been making money online since 2015 and this is the reality I have come to know. There are ways to legitimately make money online but they all take real work. There is no substitute for hard work.

There are a lot of great aspects of making money online, such as the ability to automate many of the processes, but one way or another you are going to have to put in the work.

Conclusion and What I Recommend

Facebook on Fire is a scam. I have not actually bought the system but I have reviewed enough scams to know that this is a fraud. I actually reviewed another scam recently called Facebook Cash System which is pretty much identical to this scam. They give you the same BS story about Zuckerberg and Gates having a secret meeting and there being a loophole in the system. Just the guy’s name is different in this scam.

But anyway… ya its a scam and I would stay far far away from it.

If you are looking for a legitimate and affordable way to make money online then it gets no better than this program here. I joined in 2015 when I just started out. I was a complete beginner at the time and now I make a living online, which goes to show that it actually works.

Its a good, honest program that provides the tools and training without all the BS and hype.

==> Learn more about this program here

Questions, comments, concerns? Leave them below and I’ll try to get back to you soon 🙂

Kyle
 

I hope you found this article helpful! I'm Kyle, the creator of this site, which is probably pretty obvious after seeing the name. Like most, I've had my fair share of difficulties and a pretty bumpy road while trying to find success online, which is why I put togetherthis guide so that others can get started right the first time around.

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Angela - December 2, 2017

Hey Kyle, my name is Angela and I got a phone call from this Facebook on fire they told me I was hired. And I needed to hurry and fill out something or sign up I can’t remember exactly ? But, said they had 8 spots left in my area so I needed to hurry so I went to the site they had said careeronestop.org I got to site there was a couple of videos said they would pay 500 dollars just to watch video .I tried to click on then it started playing then stopped abruptly . Sent me to add to cart page and wanted 47.00 dollars and start making money. why is it with all these sites think it’s okay to charge to give someone a job ?,unless you was a hiring agent and you found work for folks as your job. I have never paid to work I am the one who gets the money not the other way. I think this is a fat scam . I need work really bad but I need money there is no way, I can pay for a job right now. And I wouldn’t. even if I had to unless I am told that’s the way it goes now . I guess I’m just stuck in past . Lol but this is what I think .

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    Kyle - December 2, 2017

    Hi Angela,

    This sounds like a scam to me as well. They come at a dime a dozen and you have to watch out for them. You are right, a legitimate work at home job shouldn’t require a down payment.

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Pamela - December 9, 2017

Kyle,

What is your opinion of The Wealthy Affiliate?

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Evan - January 16, 2018

Yes your correct this is scam, after I paid 47 it’s gone, I sent email to their help desk but no replied! big scam

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Marilyn Stough - February 22, 2018

They said zi had a job and I put 47$ on my card , now I got nothing, they stood my money, I want a refund ASAP! I’m calling my bank in ten minutes and I guess I need to alert the police on this! This is intolerable! Signed Marilyn Stough please issue a refund if possible! Thank you

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    Kyle - February 23, 2018

    Marilyn I have nothing to do with this scam. You are going to have to contact them.

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Mary Caouette - March 8, 2018

Hi Kyle,

I also tried to sign up and when I entered my email address and clicked the button that said I am not a robot and than clicked get started it told me my email address was not valid even though it is. At that point, I thought this might be a scam. I have two email addresses and tried the other email address and I received the same response that my email is not valid.

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    Kyle - March 8, 2018

    That is strange. Even though it is a scam its weird they don’t take your email.

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