If the icon is blue, Facebook’s free for you

Hi I’m Mark, the director of Facebook.

Hello everyone, it seems that all the warnings are real. Facebook use will cost money. If you send this string to 18 different from your list, your icon will be blue and it will be free for you.

If you do not believe me, tomorrow at 6 pm Facebook will be closed and to open it you will have to pay. This is all by law.

This message is to inform all our users that our servers have recently been very congested. We are asking for your help to solve this problem. We require that our active users forward this message to each of the people in your contact list in order to confirm our active Facebook users. If you do not send this message to all your Facebook contacts, then your account will remain inactive with the consequence of losing all your contacts without the transmission of this message.

Your SmartPhone will be updated within the next 24 hours, will have a new design and a new color for the chat. Dear Facebook users, we are going to do an update for Facebook from 23:00 p.m. until 05.00 a.m. on this day.

If you do not send this to all your contacts, the update will be cancelled. You will not have the possibility to chat with your Facebook messages. You will have to pay the rate unless you are a frequent user. If you have at least 10 contacts, send this SMS and the logo will turn red to indicate your are a user Confirmed … We finish it for free. Tomorrow they start to collect the messages for Facebook at 0.37 cents.

Forward this message to more than your 9 contacts and it will be free for life for you. Watch and the ball will turn green. Do it and you will see Facebook is now free. Send to 10 people to reactivate your service again without cost.


Linda P. from Swansea, Illinois

urbanlegendsonline.com comment – Please, my friends, no NOT believe this post. This is definitely an urban legend and yet, I see people sharing it everywhere. The message, which I’m sure was copied and pasted in order to share it with our site, is so poorly written that I can’t believe it’s fooling anyone. Have fun, Facebook users. They may own all your personal information and the privacy policy may be atrocious, (my opinion) but we have heard absolutely NO legitimate confirmation that they EVER intend to charge users to post, send or receive messages within Facebook.

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