If you try to send founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg a message on Facebook, Mashable discovered Thursday, the social network will offer to keep the message out of his “Other” Inbox — for a cool $100.
And here’s the rub: you only get this message if you’re not one of Zuck’s 16 million followers. In other words, Facebook is charging you $100 for being ignorant of the fact that you can follow its founder and send a message to his regular inbox for free.
TWALKITOUT found it as an experiment to apply on VIP accounts in the future in some tweaked manner. May be some celebrity accounts or accounts with high fan following may get this filter imposed upon them. This is an old way facebook works a few steps on its own and then passes it on to the masses.
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