Is Facebook On Fire A Scam?

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Facebook On Fire Summary

Name: Facebook On Fire
Owner: Joseph Magnum
Price: $47

Summary: Yes.

Being able to earn money online, and even work from home, is a very real thing.

However, when it comes to Facebook On Fire, it is not the opportunity that it presents itself to be.

You are not given ANY real information about this product from watching the pair of sales videos alone.

You are told over and over again how much money you could be making and how great life will be after purchasing this system.

Reality Check

No, you won’t be making $100-$3,000 per day by using this system.

Earning that kind of money by “fooling around” on Facebook for 5 minutes per day is unrealistic.

People do make this kind of money while working from home. But not because they paid $47 buying into some get rich quick scheme which we will explore more just below.

Recommended? No.

See How I’m Able To Work From Home Full-Time Here.

Facebook On Fire Review

Facebook On Fire consists of false testimonies, provides its visitors with no real information regarding their product is basically just all hype.

These are the reasons why I chose not to purchase it myself.

Oh, and the fact that there are other bogus systems out there JUST like this one. Check out my FB Cash System review.

You will notice striking similarities between FB Cash System and Facebook On Fire.

Let’s have a look at the false testimonies.

Paid Testimonies

Each testimony found on the Facebook On Fire website were not from actual users.

They were from people who have been paid to give their product the thumbs up.

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Here you have people telling you that they were able to quit their job or travel the world based on their earnings from this system, but the truth is, they were paid to read a script.

It’s dangerous stuff because many people will buy based on this kind of social proof.

It is safe to discredit any testimonies found on the Facebook On Fire Website.

What Are You Really Buying?

This has to be one of my biggest peeves with most of these get rich quick systems.

They never explain what it is that you are buying exactly.

Sure you’re given a name, but never do they demonstrate how the product works or the actual work that’s involved to get things set up and working.

And there’s a good reason for this. (hint: it’s because their system’s completely bogus).

The “job description” you are given here is posting, liking, and sharing on Facebook.

…they can’t be serious.

Next, you are told that Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates openly share that there is a loophole in their system.

And from this, Facebook On Fire was born and students who decide to invest in it can profit.

Real Work From Home

There are no “secrets” to enabling yourself to earn money online and eventually position yourself to be able to work from home, for yourself even.

But there are proven systems and training to help you get there.

So you don’t waste any more time with Facebook On Fire.

I suggest you check out our #1 recommendation and get real guidance to set yourself up to be able to work from home.

Is Facebook On Fire A Scam?

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Facebook On Fire - Overall Rating

It’s crazy how many people still fall into get-rich-quick traps even though there’s mountains of evidence that shows that they’re total scams.

But at the same time, I get it.

The people behind these systems spend a lot of time and effort targeting people who may be new or curious about making money online. Their goal, to make a quick buck.

To hear more of my thoughts regarding Facebook On Fire, check out our Facebook Cash System review.

They are basically the same thing with just a few names switched around. I even explain the $500 incentive.

The $500 promised to you for finishing the video that you won’t be getting.

What are your experiences using Facebook On Fire?

Feel free to leave your comments or any questions regarding this system just down below 🙂

About the author


    My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

    nichole - 4 years ago

    i need help i cant join because vthey dont take pre paqid cards well how do i pay for it then

      Jason - 4 years ago

      Hi Nichole, I wouldn’t be able to answer that as we do not recommend Facebook On Fire and chose not to purchase this item ourselves.

      For the reasons shared in the review above.

    Denise - 4 years ago

    I watched and listened to the long, drawn out video, being promised to receive $500.00 after watching it. The people giving their testimonials on how awesome “Facebook on Fire” is were obviously reading a script. Then you’re asked to pay $47.00 for the kit. I tried that and the system said it would not accept my payment, try using a different card. I wasted a good hour or so fooling around watching a bogus video, when I should have bee spending that time applying for REAL jobs.

      Jason - 4 years ago

      Hey Denise,

      Yeah, we do not recommend the program Facebook On Fire for the reasons shared above. Especially when there are better, legitimate opportunities out there.

    Sandy - 4 years ago

    This should be illegal. Taking advantage of people for your own greed is horrific. My advise is if you are asked to pay for info, get off the site immediately, do research which doesn’t take long. When you are on disability + trying to do something legit from home to help financially, it gives many people false hope. You should be ashamed!

      Jason - 4 years ago

      Yes I agree, Sandy.

      This is why we do not recommend using Facebook On Fire and hope you realize that we are in no way related to them.

      Have a nice week!

    Sandi Grogan
    Sandi Grogan - 4 years ago

    So now knowing this I spent my last $47.00 . I am a very poor person and was looking to make money online. Working from home I am disabled and still fighting social security . I now feel very stupid for buying into this scheme my question is how do I get my money back ???

      Jason - 4 years ago

      Sandi, be sure to contact the support to try and get your money back and to cancel any potential monthly subscription fees.

      The only contact information I was able to find on the Facebook On Fire website was:

      Look for further contact information if they have emailed you after your purchase.

      Hope you are able to resolve this.

    Teresa L Allison
    Teresa L Allison - 4 years ago

    I found your web page because I was researching FB on Fire wanting to confirm it was a good business ( I obviously picked up on the red flags, but was still hoping I had lucked into an opportunity) Thank you for taking the time to build this info sight warning to steer clear of FB on Fire. You are doing justice for many people and I appreciate you immensely . Too bad you couldn’t save everyone and put the thieves who made the con site out of business. The short version of my comment is: Jason…… You Rock! Thank you

      Jason - 4 years ago

      I truly appreciate that Teresa and glad whenever I am able to help.

      Have a nice Holiday Weekend!

    Jason - 4 years ago

    Thanks for this website…also to note that if someone read the entire page before “applying” for a position they would see at the bottom in a big blue box, titled “Facebook on Fire, Copyright 2010-2018, All rights reserved and it says that “We are not affiliated with Facebook in anyway” also saying “This website and any page on this website, is based loosely off a true story, but has been modified in multiple ways including, but not limited to the story, the photos, the comments. This page, and any page on this website, are not to be taken literally or as a non-fiction story.” So please people, read the entire page before spending money that you have or don’t have. I am also disabled right now and have a lawyer working on my case for disability. I am 42 so it’s not so easy for people under 50. I understand that they look at the cases more in depth if you are under 50. I would love to would love to work from home, but want something legit.

      Jason - 4 years ago

      You’re welcome, Jason!

      Yes, I too notice that disclaimer at the end of most of these websites. The disclaimer tells a completely different story than whats being pitched in their sales video.

      If you are looking for something legit, I recommend creating a free account and getting started with Wealthy Affiliate. You can learn more here:

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