Users are getting banned on WhatsApp.
WhatsApp may ban your account under its policy for suspicious activities. WhatsApp considers continuous sending of messages as suspicious activity.
Many users on social media have shared a problem related to WhatsApp, saying that suddenly it is getting logged out automatically while reading the message or using the app. At the same time, some users have also shared the matter of being banned on the app itself. Experts believe that perhaps this has happened because users have breached the policy of WhatsApp. If you are also facing this problem, then you can mail the company for this problem.
Sharing his problem on the famous forum website Reddit, a user has written that he was suddenly banned from his account. He made many mails to Facebook Owned App but there was no response from the company. He also told that he never did anything against WhatsApp’s policy. He later revealed that one of his contact persons was involved in activities like hacking, due to which his account was suspended.
Due to the increasing incidence of recent cyber attacks, this has been done that after a 12-hour ban, her mobile got OTP through two-step verification authentication, after which she was able to login.Suspicious activities may result in bans
WhatsApp may ban your account under its policy for suspicious activities. In these activities, sending messages in bulk or sending messages by setting up automated messages, then your account can be banned by WhatsApp. WhatsApp considers the continuous sending of messages to be suspicious activity. WhatsApp has set a limit for users.
But you do not need to worry because you can never cross that limit. WhatsApp never bans any user without informing and even if your account is closed by mistake, then you can tell WhatsApp support through mail that your account has been banned by mistake.