There have been new updates on Facebook such as gifts, home, etc, but this recent find might be one of the most surprising. “If you try to send founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg a message on Facebook, Mashable discovered Thursday, the social network may offer to keep the message out of his “Other” Inbox — for a cool $100.” Some users have noticed the pay-to-message plan that Facebook has been experimenting with. The pay-to-message test was first announced in December as a test. The test allows you to message any other person’s inbox directly for that one-time fee – friends or not or gives you the option to send to the indivudals other box. What is an other box, you ask? The other box lives in your ‘Messages’ on Facebook in your inbox on the right sidebar. Last week, without warning or notification, Facebook changed your inbox to hide any e-mail addresses you’ve previously given and only show your “@facebook.com”Any messages sent to you or your @facebook.com address that weren’t sent from friends, friends of friends, or email addresses registered to their Facebook accounts ends up there, easily missed. What does Facebook have to say about these fee’s? “We are testing some extreme price points to see what works to filter spam.” Would you ever pay $100 to message someone on Facebook?
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Our good friend TJ Barbe-Marbois and his team built Vero – True Social and we’ve been following their progress since the app was in beta. We’re proud to see their hard work and original vision coming to fruition. Last week, Vero was the #1 download in 18 countries for both iOS and Android app stores. Congratulations to Vero – True Social!
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