WhatsApp is one of the most useful and popular instant messaging app. However, it is being misused by many people. Due to this, the WhatsApp account of such people can also be banned or deleted. Also, your WhatsApp account can also be banned or deleted if you break their barbers, even knowingly or unknowingly.
You must know about what not to do to save your WhatsApp account from getting banned. WhatsApp is working hard to keep its users safe on the platform, and it has taken stern action against millions of users who violate the company’s policies.
Recently the number and large number of WhatsApp accounts that have been banned have been announced. WhatsApp said it had banned 20,70,000 Indian accounts in August. WhatsApp had earlier banned accounts of 30,27,000 users in the period between June 16 and July 31.
Avoid using third party WhatsApp apps
Many third party WhatsApp apps like GB WhatsApp, WhatsApp Plus, WhatsApp Mod and other versions of popular chat apps are easily available online. They offer the ability to hide your online status or check your messages without sending read receipts. So if you use these apps then your account can be deleted or banned.
Do not send spam messages to anyone
If you knowingly or unknowingly send a wrong or spam message to someone, then users will report on that message, then WhatsApp can block you, then you have to take care of it.
don’t spread fake news
Even if a user spreads false or false news, WhatsApp takes action and their account can be deleted or banned.
What if your WhatsApp account gets suspended or banned?
If your WhatsApp account has been banned it will be restored after some time, but another offense may result in a permanent ban. Also, you are also given an opportunity to appeal, if the WhatsApp team finds it right, then your account will be restored, otherwise you will not be able to run the WhatsApp account on that number forever.
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Don’t do these mistakes otherwise, your WhatsApp account can be banned or deleted
Story first published: Monday, October 11, 2021, 13:40 [IST]