Facebook charges a user 29 cents to enable them to send a message to someone they're not friends with. You can send them a message for free, but it gets sectioned off to an "Other" folder and I believe they are not alerted of this in anyway. They would have to manually check the folder. So I said to myself, a better modus operandi would be to create an account that represents what I'm trying to represent and send people friend requests. However, I realized that "fan pages," which are non-person accounts (something that represents a company or band...) cannot send friend requests. So I was wondering if I could get away with creating a representative account in the form of a personal account, thereby having a representative account with the power to send friend requests.