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• WhatsApp does not send a email to users. If you’ve received it from someone that claims to be WhatsApp, it’s fake! • WhatsApp has a subscription plan, so if someone says you need to pay him to extend the license, it’s fake.
– WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) April 3, 2020
–First of all, keep in mind that WhatsApp never emails the user on its own. So if you get an email that claims to have been sent by WhatsApp, then understand that it is fake. This can cause your account to be hacked.–WhatsApp does not have any subscription plan, so if someone says that you will have to pay to extend the license. So understand that it is fake and you are being used to apply lime.(Also read- Jio became users’ support amid lockdown, 100 minutes free with increasing validity)How is this fraud?In fraud, hackers use an already hacked account to contact victims. In this, he presents himself as if he is a good friend of his identity. When the hacker assures his victim that he is a friend of his identity, the hacker tells his victim that he should give his WhatsApp Having trouble logging in to your account. Further, he says that this is happening due to not receiving the one-time code. The hacker tells his victim that he has sent his 6-digit code to him because the code is not found. WABetaInfo has shared a screenshot, in which a user gets a message that says, ‘See if you get a 6’ I have received the SMS with digit code, I have sent it by mistake, take its print and send it here.(Also read- Jio’s great offer! Get double 4G data on the recharge of 21 rupees, also benefit for calling)
This is the common way to get your SMS verification code, so someone else can use your WhatsApp account.
Sometimes they immediately enable the two step verification, preventing you to get back the account. Be careful! https://t.co/xA3jrTwoLD — WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) April 3, 2020
With this screenshot, WA BTInfo has requested never to share your CODE with anyone. If you also get such a message, then understand that someone is trying to steal your account. (Also read- Big news! Changed the way of applying status on WhatsApp, corona virus is the reason)