Our Grade – X
Though the suspicious-looking website is still live, it appears it is impossible to actually purchase one of their Instagram growth plans This would have been a D- rating, in case you were wondering.
At a Glance
FameMass (Get it? Recite it slowly) is a social media marketing agency with “real people, real results” that offers an Instagram growth service, an OnlyFans management service (that’s a new one!) and some other scammy-sounding services like paid verification.
Of course, the website does nothing to gain trust or build confidence. It’s simply a bot service charging an exorbitant amount of money.
|Growth Type||“Real people” A.k.a. bots|
|Quality of Service||Unknown|
|Business Registry / Location||Unknown, likely India|
|Doesn’t Misuse IG Branding||Uses Instagram’s colors|
|Dashboard / Account Management||No|
|Forthcoming About Password Handling||No|
These prices are outrageous. While the “risk free” trial is a nice concept, there’s no guarantee that it actually works. I want to draw your attention to the fact that their claim is “Real people, real results” but these plan descriptions say absolutely nothing about real people.
As touched on above, you can’t offer banned services on your website and then also expect people to believe that you’re offering a legit human-run service. For example, FameMass sells Instagram accounts, YouTube accounts, and Instagram verification, all of which is explicitly forbidden by platform providers.
This service doesn’t appear to be operational. We hope that they never had any customers.
Integrity & Reputation
FameMass has no internet presence outside of this barely-functional website. They also make ridiculous claims about blog features on Forbes and … IBM? I don’t think so. They also try to give the impression that humans are growing the accounts but this is obviously a lie. Even at the high prices, this wouldn’t really be feasible.
It’s impossible to tell how long this site has been closed for.
FameMass doesn’t appear to be accepting new customers, which is great since the service was likely awful and extremely expensive for what it was.
In a rare move, the site has seemingly shifted to posting affiliate articles for OnlyFans, which can be a lucrative way to utilize web traffic.