Friday, December 21, 2012

Facebook tests $1 fee for inbox access. Spam or Scam?

Facebook tests $1 fee for inbox access | Internet & Media - CNET News

Many use social networking for daily communication with others VIA the world wide web.

A new revamp of Facebook Messages is pointing the way to let people buy access to your inbox on the social network.
In a "small experiment" starting today, Facebook said it'll be evaluating the "usefulness of economic signals" to determine what messages, from those with whom they have no connection, might be relevant to a given user.
"This test will give a small number of people the option to pay to have a message routed to the Inbox rather than the Other folder of a recipient that they are not connected with," Facebook said in a blog post.


My question: Facebook wanting to prevent spam or is this a scam for more money to use Facebook features?. Spam or SCAM?

Enjoy our giveaways? Just click and to vote for us on the fence. Thank You

Disclosure: I received no compensation for post. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. NaturalHairLatina is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment and is an affiliate of one or more of the products and banners you will see on this site. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. NaturalHairLatina Disclosure. ©2012, copyright NaturalHairLatina
\

Interested in becoming one of our followers?

Subscribe to our RSS Feed for more Deals, Featured Giveaways & Blogger Opportunity's or like us on Facebook, even follow us on Twitter & Pinterest. Also featuread on the Fence & Top Giveaway Blogs.

Sponsorship