Undoubtedly, WhatsApp is the most famous mobile application in the world, with a total of 2.5 billion users, it could be said that this app is used by 1 in 3 people on planet earth today, demonstrating its power and scope .
Over the years, other telecommunication applications have tried to compete with it, such as Telegram.
However, the number of users of this does not compare with the app belonging to Facebook, even though it has proven to be more complete in terms of versatility and content.
But this does not mean that the popular application has no rivals, on the contrary, third-party applications have come to fill the gaps in messaging.
In this article we will explain how this is possible and why they could delete your account for having these applications on your cell phone.
These are the versions of WhatsApp that you should not use
As we mentioned before, WhatsApp is the most used mobile application in the world, that is why the main threat of this app is the pirated versions that have hit the market offering everything that the original offers, as well as more tempting offers to attract customers to your platform.
WhatsApp Plus and GB WhatsApp are two of the most famous illegal versions, as there are many more that pretend to be called “beta versions” of the original.
The fame of these pirated applications is that it includes the same as the original, but with features and functions that the original version does not have and they have been highly regarded by users.
For example, eliminate the option of the blue “double check” in the messages, so that you can see the messages they send you without leaving evidence
It is also possible to see the statuses without being reflected, in addition to programming messages and autoresponders.
As tempting as the idea of enjoying these forbidden options may be, your account could be suspended by WhatsApp.
This is because the company has made it very clear that sanctions will be applied to those who incur in using the services of these versions.
The company sent a statement assuring that they have nothing to do with these versions and that it is not responsible if your personal information is used for other purposes.
This has already happened to users who used the pirated versions and their bank accounts, email accounts and more were hacked.
The penalty for not giving up the use of these malicious versions could be to suspend your user for a few days as a warning, but if you continue using them, the company could suspend your account indefinitely.
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