Facebook on Fire Review – A Scam or Can You Make $3475 Per Day With It? [Updated 2019]

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Interested in making up to $300 a day goofing around on Facebook? Or, grab 500 bucks just for watching a sales video till the end? Well, that's what Facebook on Fire promises!

If something sounds too good to be true, chances are it probably is!

If you have mixed feelings about FOF, don't worry. Today we will be covering what you should know in our 2019 review.

What is Facebook on Fire?

FB on Fire is one of the newer systems that claims you can make big money with the social media giant Facebook by doing the usual stuff like sharing, liking and posting.

Name: Facebook on Fire
Website: fbonfire.com
Cost: $47 one-time

The owner Joseph Magnum claims he found the biggest money making gem since the time internet was invented way back in 1997.

In the sales video, he claims to have overheard Mark Zuckerburg and Bill Gates talking about a 'secret loophole' on their platform when they were at a restaurant in a meeting and he was waiting tables back then

So he slipped in his mobile phone and recorded their conversation when they had their meeting. Soon after, he recovered his phone and uncovered the 'money making loophole' that allows people to make $250- $1000s per day online.

Most importantly, since he literally has the golden goose now, he's feeling generous enough to share the information he has with 100 lucky people for a one-time dirt cheap payment of $47! Does that not sound like total BS, to us - it does

In the sales pitch, he offers you $500 to get to the next step and then you're soon told to watch the full video to claim your money.

We watched the video till the timer raced to zero and guess what happened? We never received the $500 and were instead asked to purchase the system for $47! That's what we call a scam.

100% Fake Testimonials

People check out testimonials for social proof which plays a big role in whether or not a product will do well in sales. We watched the video closely and found a bunch of actors whom you can hire on freelance websites like Fiverr. Here's a few we found.

Like you can see the testimonials are abso'freakin'lutely fake! That screams scam big time. Not the actor's fault though, they're only doing their job for which they are getting paid.

We were not able to find any real testimonials. If a system is that good and you can make a lot of money using it, where are the real case studies then?! We are not sure why a legitimate system will have to hire actors for getting their testimonials.

Is Facebook on Fire a Scam?

Unless you skipped straight to this section of our review, you already know the answer. Yes, FB on Fire is a scam. No doubt about it. We didn't find a single thing about the system or the testimonials which can show it's legit.

Unfortunately, there are a bunch of systems out where which don't work but they are on the lookout for gullible people so they can use fake testimonies and scam them day in and day out. There are red flags all over the place here, you should definitely stay away from it.

Final Verdict

Facebook on Fire is definitely a system you want to stay away from. There's nothing which you'll find useful. Also, if you can make millions from it, why is the owner giving it away for $47? It's plain hype sugarcoated with BS.

We also tried to get to the checkout page and the domain said - this site can't be reached. They probably ditched the website (and want to move to a new domain with a new name). Another red flag.

Most of these programs promise the world and they end up falling short. Thankfully, there's a legitimate way with which you can build a sustainable online business and ditch all this BS.

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