Newbies On Fire Review – Pyramid Or Legitimate Biz Op?

newbies on fire review

Welcome to my honest Newbies On Fire review. Yes, you want to pay attention in this review because I’m not an affiliate of this program and this, I will not be forcing it down your throat.

The truth is that I’ve seen many reviews that are trying to convince as many people as possible to sign up, without giving all the required information. But here, you will find out about the good, the bad and the ugly facts.

Is Newbies On Fire a scam? Well, I’ve found some red flags and most importantly, I do not agree with the business model. It will sooner or later crash. Why would you want to join such a program?

I’ve been making money online for over 2 years now and I’ve reviewed hundreds of programs on this website. So this is proof that I do know what really works and what does not.

And today, I will be showing you that Newbies On Fire does not work exactly as advertised.

Newbies On Fire At A Glance


Creator: Christina Hooper

Purpose: Recruit to make money

Price: $25 – $500

Do I Recommend It?: NO! I do not recommend Newbies On Fire because it works like a pyramid/ponozi scheme, depending on the way that you look at it. If the FTC gets its hands on this program, I’m sure that it would get closed down.

What Is Newbies On Fire?

Newbies On Fire claims to have “everything you need to grow your traffic, leads and sales”. Doesn’t that sound like a done-for-you program?

Yikes! I really don’t like those because the truth is that you are never the true owner or boss of the business. The person who makes all the decision is really the one who created it. It could be gone one day and you wouldn’t have a say in this.

All your tools and your whole business could disappear in one night!

But anyways, Newbies On Fire also states that you could start making money for a low one-time payment starting at $25. There are no monthly fees so you don’t have to worry about having to keep your membership active every month.

The products seem to be marketed towards newbies wanting to learn how to make money online. The products are all in the online networking space and to me, that’s not a good sign.

I have actually reviewed so many other programs, like Easy 1 Up, Desktop Commissions System, Prosperity Nexus and Direct Mail Pro, that look like they work similarly. The real problem is that they don’t seem to give a lot of details on the products.

But anyways, it looks like you can make upto $1000 per sale with Newbies On Fire. That sounds really attractive, right? However, let me tell you that you will be in for a ride if you do decide to sign up for this program.

How Newbies On Fire Works

In order to determine whether a program is a scam, or simply, whether it will work for you or not, you need to look at the business model. That’s what will tell us whether this is a good program to fire your boss over.

And it will also tell us whether you could be also getting yourself involved with a scam!

It does not look that bad when you are a newbie. I mean, all you need to do is use the website and capture pages available for your use, use the training to get traffic and make sales. And make $1000 per sale.

But there is a catch!

You see, what you’ll actually be doing is selling memberships to other people. You’ll need to recruit people, just like the person who shared it with you, is also trying to recruit you.

The landing pages you get are also the exact same landing pages that your referrals will get. And the training? Sure you could learn a few things here and there but don’t expect it to be step-by-step. You’ll actually have a hard time knowing which course to take first.

I have seen some people make a ton of money with this program, so there is definitely that potential, but most of them are really people who have been in the online space for a long time. They have existing audiences and followers to promote to.

On the contrary, if you’re a beginner with no audience and with no idea what to do, it will take you months and months to figure everything out, without making a dime. And what happens is that you’ll give up.

And don’t count on them to give you a refund because the refund is only valid within the first 24 hours of purchasing the program. How is 24 hours enough time to actually try the program out to make an informed decision?

Oh, this program definitely does not work as advertised, right?

Moreover, they don’t talk about the products because nobody would actually want to buy the products on their own. Only the people interested in the business opportunity would buy the products.

This makes the program a recruiting scheme and a pyramid scheme. Obviously, those are illegal!

Costs And Compensation Plan

Now, I don’t encourage you go buy any of the memberships, because the whole scheme is a pyramid, but let’s take a look at what they are charging and how much you can make for each of the memberships that you sell.

1) Starter Course – $25

2) Basic Course – $100

3) Advanced Course – $250

4) Elite Course – $500

5) Diamond Course – $1000

And what they say is that you’re supposed to make 100% commission for each sale you make. So if you sell the Advanced Course, you would make $250 and if you sell a Diamond Course, you would make $1000.

However, understand that this is not exactly how it works. You need to actually qualify to make those high amounts. And the way that you qualify is to actually PURCHASE the membership to receive resell rights.

In other words, if you are at the Advanced level, you will make sales for selling a Starter, Basic or an Advanced level membership, but you won’t make any money if your referral decides to upgrade to the Elite or the Diamond.

You just lose out on it and the next sponsor in the hierarchy that has purchased that level will get the commissions.

Moreover, you won’t make money from all your sales. You will need to pass up your second and your fourth sales up to your sponsor. This means that the second and the fourth persons that you refer will actually become your sponsor’s referrals.

Don’t worry, the same happens when your referrals recruit their own people; each of their own second and fourth referrals become yours.

However again, the issue is that there is no way to make money with this program other than to recruit others into the program. The products are mainly focused on helping you promote the system itself.

Before I forget, let me also mention that the primary way of promoting this opportunity would need to be through ads. Therefore, you will need to dish out money as a newbie, not knowing whether you’ll make the money back or not!

Now, even if you could make your money back, know that you would need to spend hundreds of dollars per day in advertising in order to make a few hundreds in profits. That’s another investment that Newbies On Fire hides from you.

Is Newbies On Fire A Scam?

The answer to this question really depends on what you define a scam. it could be legitimate to you because you could actually earn from this program, or because you would be getting something in return for your money.

However, to many other people including to me, Newbies On Fire is a scam. The biggest problem that I see is the fact that the program operates like a pyramid scheme.

The people who joined first are at the top of the pyramid, making 90% of the money while 90% of the people at the bottom do not make their investments back. It’s actually even mentioned in their disclosure that most people are LOSING money with their program.

Why would you sign up with a program that has most of its pupils actually failing? That actually says a lot about the training and about the program itself.

Let me also tell you that the FTC closed down some programs that worked similarly to Newbies On Fire, called MOBE and Digital Altitude. If the FTC intervened, then there is most probably a problem with the business structure.

Moreover, you’re not spending more money in the membership levels in order to get more, but you’re actually spending more to receive resell rights to be able to just make more per sale. Again, this favors people who already have the money in their pockets.

My honest opinion is that you should be avoiding Newbies On Fire.

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Thanks for reading my Newbies On Fire review. Have you had any experience with this program? Whether it was positive or negative, feel free to share it all below. I would love to hear from you!

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