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These groups are run by Alipay’s business partners and have their own rules regarding which users are authorized to posts or comments, a company spokesperson noted. 28, Alipay introduced another 18 “Circles” groups, which don’t have female-only rules, via its official account on messaging app We Chat.The three controversial groups that only let women post also set a common threshold for commentators: Only those with “Sesame Credit scores” of 750 and above are allowed to write comments under the posts in the groups.The 750-score rule is also controversial, because it seems to limit commentators by income or spending power. 27, “Alipay 750 scores” became a trending topic on Weibo, with many bloggers bragging about their high scores. 28, the Ant Financial spokesperson said the company has since banned any group rules related to Sesame Credit in the “Circles” service. 29, Alipay made public on Weibo an internal company letter (link in Chinese) written by Ant Financial president Lucy Peng, who apologized for the “Circles” debacle.“The past two days were the saddest moment since I came to Alipay seven years ago,” Peng, also co-founder of Alibaba, wrote in the opening of the letter.Any total stranger can friend these female bloggers, and send private messages or transfer money directly to their Alipay accounts within seconds.Ant Financial, which owns Alipay, told Quartz that over 100 social or interest groups covering areas from internet to reading to parenting are now being tested in the “Circles” service.College aged (18–23) white guys speaking openly about their insecurities.
All of Alipay’s 400 million users can join “Circles” groups, which include one for college students, another for white collar workers, and a third for Chinese citizens living overseas.
The “White Collar Diary” and “Campus Diary” groups were no longer active on Nov.
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