SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 15: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a special event announcing a new Facebook email messaging system at the St. Regis Hotel on November 15, 2010 in San Francisco, California. Facebook will launch a new messaging system aimed at enhancing it's social media product to its 500 million users. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
If you've ever wanted to get in touch with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg himself, now is your chance. Just send him a Facebook message---and one hundred bucks, Mashable.com reports.
Facebook has been exploring different ways of funneling in revenue, like the $1 fee to message "non-friends" program the social media network rolled out in late 2012.
Giving Facebook members direct access to Zuckerberg is an inflated offshoot of that experiment.
Those who want to get in contact with Zuckerberg without shelling out an exorbitant amount of cash are offered the option to "Just sent this message to his other folder".
A spokesperson told Mashable, "We are testing some extreme price points to see what works to filter spam. "
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