Facebook’s New Service Lets Anyone Message Mark Zuckerberg For $100

Facebook’s New Service Lets Anyone Message Mark Zuckerberg For $100
technology

The social network is reportedly testing out a new feature that charges people to directly communicate with its founder.

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 january 2013

Would you spend $100 to send Mark Zuckerberg a message? Facebook is reportedly testing out a new feature that lets anyone on the social network message the founder, for a price.

Discovered by Mashable last week, the features offers those who aren’t connected to Zuckerberg on Facebook the chance to send a message to his Inbox instead of it getting filtered to his “Other folder.” In a statement from a spokesperson, Facebook told Mashable: “We are testing some extreme price points to see what works to filter spam.”

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