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Back in December 2012, the social networking giant Facebook announced that it is working on a pay to message scheme. As per this proposed scheme, users can send messages to people who are not know to them by paying $1 (approx. Rs 55).
Now, it appears like Facebook has taken that pay to message concept to a step ahead. According to a report on Mashable, Facebook will be charging users for sending a message to its CEO Mark Zuckerberg, however, this time it is not $1 but a whopping price of $100 (approx. Rs 5,500).
This way users who pay will be able to message him and the message will not reach his 'Others' inbox, which is meant to dump the unwanted messages.
However, this special fee only applies to those users of the social network who are not following Zuckerberg, who currently has 16 million followers.