Facebook Fortunes Program


Facebook Fortunes Program Scam: How It Works

You might have heard about the Facebook Fortunes Program, empowering people to make money from the comfort of their home. The program promises to bring you in thousands of dollars a month. You are required to open the application page, then to provide your name and email address to “check availability.”

Then third party validations such as mentions of the program being featured on CNN, USA Today, NBC, and FOX, make you trust the legitimacy of it – so you submit your information. But rest assured, it is a scam that makes its rounds again after hitting hard a couple of years ago. How does it work?


Watch How The Facebook Fortunes Scam Works:

Watch the video below to see the Facebook Fortunes Scam explained by one of the first victims:

Facebook Fortunes Scam Video

After you submit your information for availability, the next page pops up congratulating you on being eligible. That’s when you are invited you to download a ‘Facebook Millionaire’ kit (or with a different name) for only four dollars. However, little do you know that your credit card will be charged $94 per month for continued access.

The thing is, tricksters even put this charge on the fine print as well as a “results might vary” disclaimer — so you can’t really blame them! Since very few people read the fine print, the “money-making machine” is not themselves, but the scammers. All the best-kept secrets of marketing on the Internet are still to be discovered.

Crooks advertise the bogus program using terms such as “Facebook Fortunes Home Income Flow” or “Home Job Institute.” Displaying a bunch of fake Facebook likes and comments, as well as phony news articles where this program is featured, criminals lure victims to submit their credit card numbers and charge massive amounts on the spot.

How To Avoid The Facebook Fortunes Program Scam:

Facebook does not have or feature this program. It’s a fake campaign made by crooks. Ignore the “Make Millions From The Comfort Of Your Home” deals, especially if they come with a “Limited Positions Available” tag. Do not send any money for any wonder money-making kits online.

Always do your research and work only for legitimate employers.


How To Report The Facebook Fortunes Program Scam:

Make your family and friends aware of the Facebook Fortunes Program Scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission or Facebook using the links below:

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Selma HrynchukSenior Editor at Scam Detector Media, Selma is a fraud prevention specialist with a wealth of experience in private investigations and collaborations with law enforcement. A captivating public speaker, Selma educates audiences about scams and personal safety. Through her insightful writing, she exposes criminals and shares essential tips for staying secure. Selma is a dedicated guardian against fraud, committed to unmasking deception and promoting integrity.

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