Yes and you almost never get a response. People read the InMails, they just don’t respond in a way that uses the InMail up. I think what happens is the recipient gets an email that tells the InMail content. So they respond to the email. This works great because you get to recycle the InMails. The way it works, you can usually send 70-75 InMails a week, if you are on the $100 a month plan. Whichever plan you are on if you are a paid member you usually get to use about three times the number of inmails you are granted each month and they get recycled for reuse every week.
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