WhatsApp is, without doubt, one of the most popular communication applications. Of course, in the face of all this popularity, the “pirate” versions of the application would appear. Usually with a broadening of functions. Just as it did in the days of MSN Messenger, for desktop. That gained an unofficial complement called Messenger Plus. It had a number of features that the original program did not have.
The problem is that users of applications such as GBWhatsApp, OGWhatsApp and WhatsApp Plus now run the risk of having their accounts blocked by Facebook. As you well know, Facebook is the owner of the original WhatsApp.
If you use any of these parallel versions of WhatsApp, sooner or later you will receive a notification that your account is suspended.
That way, if you use any of these parallel versions of WhatsApp, sooner or later you’ll receive a notification that your account is suspended. This will stay that way until you uninstall the pirated version of the app. And then install the original WhatsApp from your online store. Just confirm your phone number to regain access to your account.
To get access to your messages exchanged for alternate versions of WhatsApp in the original app again, simply follow the instructions that the communicator FAQ page gives. It also depends on which other app you were using to access your account.