New Delhi: Communication app WhatsApp announced Wednesday that it will ban more than 2.3 million fraudulent accounts in India in October for violating the new IT Regulations 2021. The platform said he received 701 complaint reports in October and action was taken on 34 complaints.
“In accordance with IT Rules 2021, we have published our report for October 2022. As stated in our latest monthly report, WhatsApp banned over 2.3 million accounts in October,” said a WhatsApp spokesperson. said the person.
The platform, which has over 500 million users in India, banned 31,23,24,000 WhatsApp accounts between October 1st and October 31st.
What to do if your account is banned
Some user accounts may have been banned by mistake, for inappropriate reasons, or through misunderstanding. Moreover, they have not received any precautionary warnings. In that case, when you try to access WhatsApp, you’ll see the following message: Please contact support for help. ”
If you believe your account was banned by mistake or for any reason, you should email the Messages app at [email protected] to investigate the issue further.