Sending messages repeatedly to unscheduled recipients, being blocked by several users in a short time, sending spam information or sharing dangerous links, will be reasons why WhatsApp may temporarily or permanently suspend an account.
Through a statement, the messaging platform, owned by Facebook, published the new conditions to remain as a user on its official website.
Among other conditions that were listed as possible to be penalized will be that the cell phone user is identified as a minor or that he has installed extensions of applications generated by third parties, as is the case with WhatsApp Plus: this software that allows you to send photos without limits , creating groups with a greater number of members or hiding the statuses is not an official extension.
What not to do
1- Send spam (repetitive and massive messages)
2- Being blocked by many accounts
3- Sending deceptive messages (malware viruses, sharing pornography, illegal material)
4- Use unauthorized apps (Plus or GB WhatsApp)