There is a small error that you can do on WhatsApp without realizing it and that would end up causing your account to be deleted without prior notice.
WhatsApp just warns them that their account has been deleted, because the rules of this application are quite easy to follow and most users comply with them to the letter, but there is an error that you can do without giving yourself an account and it would result in your account been completely deleted.
Be careful when using WhatsApp
Everyone should surely know that if you send a lot of spam or if you send a lot of misinformation to your contacts, you could be a candidate for the company itself to delete your account completely. Be careful forwarding stories that are not authentic or you haven’t any source to confirm it.
That is why when we talk about an error you did not know we mean completely different things than what we mentioned above.
This error that we are talking about can happen to you even if you do nothing, although, seeing it in a much more real way, it happens just because you do nothing, that would be your mistake. Well if you do not use your account for this app in a long time, it will be deleted.
“In general, WhatsApp accounts that are inactive for more than 120 days are removed in order to maintain security, limit data retention, and protect the privacy of users. Inactivity is considered when the user does not connect to WhatsApp.
For the account to be active, you need to have an Internet connection. If the user has the WhatsApp app open on the device but is not connected to the Internet, the account is inactive.
The content stored on the user’s device before account deletion will remain there until WhatsApp is removed from the phone. When a user registers on WhatsApp with the same device, the content stored locally reappears. ” This is how the company says it through its Frequently Asked Questions. So now you know, don’t stop using your account for long periods of time if you want to keep it active and don’t forward unnecessary unauthentic stories.