Facebook to charge for some message delivery

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  • 6

    JustAGoodOleBoy

    Next up FB to charge you a dollar to block those unwanted messages from coming into your inbox.

  • 3

    Bad2Dbone

    Thank goodness , I quit that social network!!

  • 3

    Fadamor

    This sounds like Facebook is looking to make a profit off of spammers, to the detriment of the rest of us. Think about it, who are the ONLY people that would want to GUARANTEE their message makes it to a stranger's screen? Facebook rakes in the bucks and we end up with more spam.

  • 2

    megosaa

    yeaaah right.. before you know it, they'll start charging for other stuff as well!

  • 2

    Ms. Alexander

    Can users get fined every time they send unwanted game invites?!

  • 2

    billyshears

    It seems like you spam someone you don't know for a dollar!

  • 2

    Korlacan Khanthavilay

    That'd cost too much for spammers. $1 a message. It'd have to be like $0.0001 per message.

  • 1

    megosaa

    a dollar to poke, another to increase your inbox size..

  • 1

    Tom DeMicke

    Not paying! Count me out!

  • 0

    Cos

    I quit that social network!!

    Isn't quiting already paying ? I failed to quit my Japanese account, that bugged whenever I tried. They got on my nerves a while ago, new privacy breaches every month. I could empty it as it was linked to a free mail box created just for it. The mail box has since burst with spam. Worst web service I've ever known,

  • 0

    Peter Payne

    I've come to really depend on Facebook for my business (J-List), we just crossed 70,000 "likes" on our page. Fearful that they'll start nickel-and-diming us to the point that we have to say no thanks.

  • 0

    Korlacan Khanthavilay

    I use J-List a lot. I haven't bothered to "like" J-List on FB at all. Also, the tissue pack I get with each order is nice. Now, you need to hit me up with a J-List version of those delivery health posters you see wired to power/telelphone poles.

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