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Facebook Charges $1 to Send Messages

Facebook announced it is testing a service that will charge users $1 to promise that messages they send to people they are not linked to turn up in users' inboxes, quite than in an often-ignored folder called "other."

Established in 2011, the "other" folder is where Facebook directs messages it believed less relevant. Not quite spam, these take in messages from people you most likely don't know, based on Facebook's reading of your public connections. Many users disregard this folder. Now, users will be capable to pay $1 to route their messages to non-friends. Facebook said on Thursday that it is testing the service with a little profit of individuals, not businesses in the US.

"For example, if you wish for sending a message to someone you heard talk at an event but are not friends with, or if you want to send message someone about a job opening, you can use this feature to get to their Inbox," Facebook said in an online post. "For the receiver, this test permits them to listen to from people who have a significant message to send them."

The company announced charging for messages could aid discourage spammers. In October, Facebook revealed another feature that allows users pay if they want more people to interpret their updates. For $7, users can endorse a post to their friends, just as advertisers make.

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