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Know here on How-to recover banned WhatsApp Account

To keep users safe on the platform, the Meta-owned popular messaging application WhatsApp has deployed a combination of security measures, processes and spam detection technology to spot and take action on accounts engaging in abnormal behaviour to stop spam.

If you

are one of those unknowingly spamming your contacts with far too many good morning messages, forwarding unverified information  or overusing WhatsApp’s broadcast lists? This article might be very useful for you.

According to WhatsApp’s monthly user safety report, over 2.3 million Indian accounts were banned in the month of August alone.

Please note that the reason for an account ban is a violation of WhatsApp’s Terms of Services which includes publishing falsehoods and engaging in illegal, defamatory, intimidating, harassing behaviour, among others.

If you think your WhatsApp account was banned, you can follow these steps:

  • Email WhatsApp or tap request a review in the app.
  • WhatsApp will look into your case and get back to you as soon as they complete the review.
  • When you request a review in the app, you’ll be prompted to enter a 6-digit registration code sent to you via SMS.
  • Once you’ve entered it, you’ll be able to submit your request for a review and add details to support your case.

WhatsApp account ban: How to prevent your account from getting banned 

  1. WhatsApp has created a label for all forwarded messages and limits the number of times you can forward messages as a way to encourage users to reconsider before sharing.
  2. If you aren’t sure whether something’s true or don’t know the source of the message, don’t forward it.
  3. Don’t bulk message, auto-message, or auto-dial using WhatsApp. WhatsApp uses both machine learning technology and reports from users to detect and ban accounts that send unwanted automated messages.
  4. Messages sent using a broadcast list will only be received when users have added your phone number to their contact list.

Frequent use of broadcast messages may lead people to report your messages, and WhatsApp will ban accounts that are reported multiple times.

  • You should get permission from contacts before you add them to a group. If you add someone to a group and they remove themselves, honour their decision.
  • If a contact asks you to stop messaging them, you should remove the contact from your address book and refrain from contacting them again.
  • Only send messages to those who have contacted you first or have requested you to contact them on WhatsApp.


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