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Facebook Work From Home Program iScam

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15. February 2015

This is our urgent blog post in order to warn everyone that there is one message circulating the internet through emails and Facebook comments and messages claiming that “Facebook has now released a “Work From Home Program”. This is a lie. Facebook has not released any Work from Home program.

If you click the link provided within that message, you will be directed to one page which may trick you into believing that Facebook has really launched it, but it is not. If you sign up in this program, they will let you buy a $4 Facebook Millionaire Kit and will get your credit card information, and your credit card will be charged $94 per month for continued access. So, do not try to sign up in this program. If you had already signed up into this Scam, then contact your bank as soon as possible to apply the necessary credit card security.

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  • Usman Sahil (Saturday, 21 November 2015 01:31)

    thanks for information amrita

  • News Online Income (Wednesday, 25 November 2015 06:12)

    You are welcome, Usman.
    Please let us know if you need any help from our side related to the online work field. We will be happy to help you.

  • Payal (Wednesday, 20 January 2016 20:23)

    Hey, I also got fooled by this program. The amount is deducted. Now, what can I do? Blocking the credit card? Plz help me

  • News Online Income (Friday, 05 February 2016 06:34)

    Dear Payal,
    Only your bank or your credit card service provider can help you to solve this matter. So, we suggest you contact them and explain them in detail as soon as possible.

  • Aja (Wednesday, 17 February 2016 22:11)

    I just received a voice mail message offering me this once in a lifetime opportunity. If sounds to be good to be true, it usually is. He says he’ll call me back tomorrow and gave me the website to check out. I’m honestly, looking forward to the call, LOL!

  • News Online Income (Thursday, 25 February 2016 06:52)

    Dear Aja,
    It will be our pleasure if you can report us what exactly they tell you when they call you back. It will be better if you can provide us the website URL that they give to you.

  • essay writing services (Tuesday, 24 October 2017 06:09)

    We need all the social media workers provided the home program is a scam. Then we should update news online income topics to every user and other people.

  • Beatrice (Tuesday, 27 March 2018 04:52)

    Geez! I saw something about this “program” in one of the <a href=””>reviews by</a> and I do trust these guys! How exactly the frauds take the monthly fee from a card? I mean many banks have apps from where you can control your cards and set up spending limits. Isn’t it possible to block the scam? Changing the card might be an option.

  • John (Tuesday, 27 March 2018 04:55)

    Weird. They have quite decent metrics!

  • happy wheels run 3 (Sunday, 22 December 2019 19:54)

    Run free and dive into the sky. Hear the wind crying out its prayer Why are we so ashamed to be alive? Break the chains and the freedom’s ours to take…

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