With over 1 billion users per day, WhatsApp is one of the most talked-about online communication apps in the world. As it is anticipated, WhatsApp is flattering on a commercial and personal communication board. Beware WhatsApp Users: Spam Messages are Circulating to Steal Accounts.
You do not need to invest a penny to keep a long-distance relationship alive and to target your potential customers. The latest newsflash is to beware of WhatsApp users about spam messages that are actually a shot to snip their accounts.
According to the media officials,
“WhatsApp users are reportedly receiving spam messages which are actually an attempt to steal their accounts, and they have been warned to stay alert from such false alerts keep their accounts safe.”
According to WABetaInfo,
“The users have reported receiving messages from WhatsApp where they are required to send a certain code for verification. Prove that you’re a human sending the code you’ve just received from WhatsApp, or your account will be disabled tomorrow. The messaging company is not sending any such messages to its users and has urged all users to enable two-step verification to remain safe from such frauds.”
Another attempt to steal your WhatsApp account: “prove that you’re a human sending the code you’ve just received from WhatsApp, or your account will be disabled tomorrow”.
Please. Please. Please. Be careful and enable the Two Step Verification in WhatsApp Settings > Account! https://t.co/yKvj2zaVnR
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) March 30, 2021
The latest tweet from the online portal said,
“Whatsapp is not sending any message about the renewal of your account. Block and report unofficial accounts on WhatsApp that ask for your 6-digit code. Note: WhatsApp and WhatsApp Support will NEVER ask for your 6-digit code! Please. Please. Please. Be careful and enable the Two-Step Verification in WhatsApp Settings > Account!”
Beware WhatsApp Users: Spam Messages are Circulating to Steal Accounts
“Do not click on any spam links that either offer any reward or gift in exchange for clicking and answering any questions. All type of these links is an attempt to hack into the user’s account or steal personal information which may prove terminal for them in future.
Precautionary measures are to be taken to avoid the noxious trouble. Even WhatsApp users receive such links quite often from people they know, so instead of clicking on such links, validate and slab such contacts sending the links.
So be careful guys…