WhatsApp permanently blocks the numbers of some WhatsApp GB users;
The version is pirated and goes against the original Terms of Service;
Nevertheless, sometimes those who violate the rules are usually punished severely.
A portion of WhatsApp GB users, a pirated version of WhatsApp, will not return to the original application. The company ‘marked’ some numbers that were caught violating the rules and banned them from the platform for good.
According to the WhatsApp Terms of Service, creating or using any app that performs similar functions is a breach of contract. WhatsApp GB is an example of this, as it is the same as the original and even requires the app’s account to be linked in order to work. The difference is that it has other kinds of features, such as hiding ‘online’, recording that audio, scheduling messages, etc.
This Monday (21st), Several GB users complained that they were being banned The origin and subject remained in the core of Twitter until the next day.
I was banned from WhatsApp; What to do?
If your situation is like those of people who are unable to recover their account, the only way is to buy a new cell phone chip and create an account. It is worth noting that this makes it impossible to recover old messages and groups, as they belonged to the old number.
If the block is permanent, there is also an option to use other messengers like Telegram and Signal. The number will no longer enter WhatsApp, but will continue to send SMS and make calls as normal.
However, the punishment for using WhatsApp GB is not always so severe – most of the time, those who have been caught violating the rules of the platform several times. So there’s still hope if you use GB and get banned. With your data backed up on your phone, just try to create an account on the official app again. In case of a temporary ban, just wait for the suspension period and use Messenger again. The information is from Canaltech.
WhatsApp GB is out?
No. So far, that hasn’t stopped the original WhatsApp pirate from working, especially since it’s not available in the App Store – such as the Play Store and Apple Store. The download is done via the web, which makes it difficult for the company to operate.
Still, it’s possible to turn off Siege in other ways, such as recently done, by banning users from the native app. Then, adoption becomes disadvantageous for those who think about acquiring GB, as they run the risk of suffering from the same problems as other users.