What is AddMeFast?
When I first started Instagram, I stumbled upon AddMeFast and was initially attracted to what it could offer.
Free REAL followers and likes just by being active daily sounds like a great deal!
AddMeFast calls itself “a network that will help you grow your social presence. We allow you to look and choose who you want to like/subscribe/follow/view and skip those who you are not interested in.”
How does it work?
First, you sign up on their website AddMeFast.com and link your social media accounts to the website.
You’ll be given 50 points to start and earn points by following/liking/subscribing to social media accounts of other AddMeFast members.
Then, you can offer the points you earned to other members to do the same.
From my own brief experience, it costs 5 to 10 points per follow/like.
Free points, Free followers, Free likes! So, what’s the problem?
After I gained a couple of followers by using my free points I realized that it would be pointless to continue and be active on AddMeFast.
1. Most accounts on AddMeFast are fake and created solely to gain points from you. In other words, spam accounts with no profile photos and posts but following thousands of other accounts
2. People that follow you on AddMeFast are not targeted and don’t even need to see your Instagram to follow you! All they need to do is click that green button as per screenshot below:
3. You’ll get unfollowed after several hours once the other party received their points. Remember, you can follow a maximum of 7,500 accounts on Instagram.
4. Ultimately, AddMeFast wants you to get hooked and pay them! And it’s expensive! Check their prices out:
5. There are better alternatives
I gained more followers and real engagement, using Mass Planner with less than optimal settings when I first started over the 5 days free trial.
As I improved and understood what people I want, my results became better.
The free points received when I signed up for AddMeFast were exhausted within minutes!
In conclusion, don’t waste your time with AddMeFast!
If you’re after superficial numbers, it’s much cheaper to buy fake followers and likes.
That is how bad AddMeFast is.