Fake Friends for Online Spaces

Via Slashdot | Who Says Money Can’t Buy Friends?, I find a link to the amazing Fake Your Space, a service that for just 99 cents per month will provide users of MySpace and Facebook with all the fake friends they want two messages from a fake friend (all the fake friends you want costs lots more). Yes, impress the other kids with…no, lets let them tell it in their own words:

FakeYourSpace is an exciting new service that enables normal everyday people like me and you to have Hot friends on popular social networking sites such as MySpace and FaceBook. Not only will you be able to see these Gorgeous friends on your friends list, but FakeYourSpace enables you to create customized messages and comments for our Models to leave you on your comment wall. FakeYourSpace makes it easy for any regular person to make it seem like they have a Model for a friend. It doesn’t stop there however. Maybe you want to appear as if you have a Model for a lover. FakeYourSpace can make this happen! The possibilities are endless. You can have our Models leave you any type of customized message you may wish. Want to make an ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend jealous? No problem. Have one of our Models personally flirt with you on your comment wall. Are you interested in being one of the most popular people on MySpace or FaceBook? Then FakeYourSpace is just what you need. You never need to worry about people finding out about your fake friends because all of our Models profiles are set to private. You may be asking yourself why should you pay for something like this? Our answer to you is because it’s dirt cheap. Our basic plan starts at only $.99 This will give you 2 messages per week for 4 weeks. So for only $.99 you will receive 8 messages that will be there forever, not to mention our Models picture which will show up on your friends list. A pretty small price to pay for online popularity don’t you think?


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2 Responses to Fake Friends for Online Spaces

  1. Champagne says:

    I initially thought this was a hoax when my partner mentioned it, but now I’m not so sure.

  2. michelle says:

    there (sadly) is another site (www.mobilealibi.com) where you can schedule “Image” calls – complete with fake voices and Caller ID information – to make yourself look more popular. If that wasn’t enough, they also offer “rescue” calls to help you escape bad and boring situations.
    Is this a trend?

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