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WhatsApp will soon be going to roll out a feature, giving users the power to justify themselves against the ban.

WhatsApp will soon roll out a feature that will allow users to request a review on their bans. WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging platforms, allowing millions of people to interact with one another. It not only facilitates personal conversations but also assists businesses in reaching out to their target audiences and expanding their product lines on a huge scale.

Furthermore, during the Covid era, it assists a large number of people in receiving medical assistance. However, there are certain disadvantages of WhatsApp as well, such as a ban. When WhatsApp flagged your account, it is extremely difficult for users to restore their account. Although not all of the WhatsApp accounts that have been flagged are correct, some have been flagged incorrectly, resulting in an unjustified ban. If you are banned from Whatsapp, you will lose all of your personal and business connections. However, in order to address this issue, WhatsApp is working on a mechanism that allows users to defend themselves against the ban.

Users must tap on the “Request a Review” link at the bottom of the screen to submit a review request. It’ll take users to a screen that states ‘WhatsApp Support is checking for violations’. Provide all important details in the box to support your case against the ban and submit it.Whatsapp will begin the review process after the user submits their request for a review of the ban and will respond within 24 hours.

Users who have been unbanned will be requested to “confirm account” once again. Those who stay banned, on the other hand, will be instructed to “create a new WhatsApp account with a different phone number.” On an iOS beta version of WhatsApp, the feature is already available. Although the messaging app is working on the feature, it is yet to release for the android users.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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