You can no longer log into your WhatsApp account and every time you try to log in, a message appears warning you that you have been banned. What happened? Very simple: you have violated WhatsApp's Terms and Conditions and most likely some user has reported you to the application's technicians. Few people are aware of this, but like all online services, WhatsApp has precise rules that must be respected, otherwise you risk having your profile deleted.
Another thing that few people know is the possibility for users to report WhatsApp profiles. This is a tool present in the application and that if necessary can be used against an account that sends spam messages (for example, those who exploit WhatsApp to promote their store) or inappropriate content. By reporting the profile to WhatsApp, the technicians analyze it and decide what to do. The penalty can be mild (a ban of a few days) or heavy (deletion of the profile) depending on the severity of the offense. Here's everything you need to know about WhatsApp flagged accounts.
Why our WhatsApp account is flagged
How to report a WhatsApp account
What you risk having a reported WhatsApp account
The answer in this case is very simple: you risk being banned from WhatsApp. What does it mean? That we will not be able to use the account for a predetermined period (if the ban is temporary) or forever (if the ban is permanent). The ban from WhatsApp is equivalent to the cancellation of your personal profile: goodbye to all chats with friends, images sent and received and any type of multimedia content. And there is no way to get your account back: once you are banned, the application's technicians hardly decide to retrace their steps. The only solution is to buy a SIM card and open a new profile on the email account.