WhatsApp banning is doing this to the users!: Facebook’s proprietary company WhatsApp has announced through a FAQ post that the company is temporarily banning accounts with third-party versions such as GB WhatsApp and WhatsApp Plus (WhatsApp Plus). The user must have the official app to run the account. Be sure to back up the chat before migrating the account. Not only this, it will also tell you the steps to switch to the official app.
In the FAQ, WhatsApp did not say that these messaging apps have been developed by a third party, which is why the company could not confirm the security of these applications. This informal app violates the official app’s term of service clauses. Users are advised to back up your chat history before switching the account.
If you receive an in-app message while using the informal app that your account has been temporarily banned, then it means that you are using the unsupported version of Whatsapp. If you want to run your account without any problem, then you have to download the official app for WhatsApp.
WhatsApp has detailed steps to transfer Whatsapp Plus and GB WhatsApp user data to the official app. In the post, it is written that WhatSupports does not support the casual app, so there is no guarantee of a successful transfer of chat history. If you believe that your account has been banned by mistake, in such a situation you can email the company.