Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) May 26, 2010
A new email service has been launched recently for solving the communication problems between stars and their die-hard fans.
ValuableMail.com has discovered a new approach to contacting celebrities, that they believe will vastly improve the ability to effectively avoid unimportant, non-serious and spamming emails. Furthermore, celebrities' private email addresses will not be disclosed when emailing their fans.
How it works: A celebrity gets a ValuableMail account, e.g. AdrianFernandez(at)ValuableMail(dot)com, and sets a price (a one time fee usually ranging from $0.01 to whatever) on emails they are willing to accept. A die-hard fan sends the celebrity an email to AdrianFernandez(at)ValuableMail(dot)com. Only if the fan pays the celebrity the setting price, the mail is then forwarded to the celebrity's private email address, e.g. AdrianFernandez(at)Yahoo(dot)com.
All payments from fans will go to celebrities and celebrities can do whatever with these payments. They could make a donation to charities if they please, as ValuableMail suggests.
Company Marketing Director, Amana Farzin, points out: “Our approach using this nominal fee filters out people who are serious or who are just spamming. We’ve found if you’re willing to pay the celebrity this fee, you’re serious about contacting the celebrity.”
Few stars disclose their email addresses. Will ValuableMail change it? Absolutely YES!
Tel: (416) 628-1072
Fax: (416) 907-5985