Facebook charges $100 to message Mark Zuckerberg

The charge is part of a test of the system designed by Facebook to both raise some income and decrease spam.
It was actually initial introduced in December, by having a charge of $1 for the sender of a point to get to the inbox of the Facebook member who is not their friend. Facebook mentioned that it wanted to determine whether or not adding a "fiscal signal" improves its formula for delivering "relevant and additionally useful" messages to members' inboxes.
Now, in order to reach VIPs with large numbers of fans who happen to be not friends, such as Mr Zuckberg, Facebook employees tangled up in the test, and is currently only flowing inside the United Claims, face a charge of $100.

A spokesman affirmed the heavy ask for was actually part of the test.
“We are testing some extreme price points to see what works to filter spam, he said

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