Sonu Sood speaks this about our Indian soldiers; read. If the message comes in frequently, then there could be someone who knows your number and is playing a prank with you or it could be that someone is trying to gain access to your WhatsApp account.
Nevertheless, you should be careful if you are receiving these messages multiple times. The message is genuine, and not harmful. You know what happens next if he uses your WhatsApp If your WhatsApp got deactivated, you can reactivate it once again after requesting for a new code or reinstalling WhatsApp all over again.
If you already have WhatsApp installed and are using it, simply ignore the message. Nov 12, 2015, 10: After recent scandals, APAC banks fear risk for next money laundering breach: If he or she accidentally types your number down it could be an error in the number entry and you will receive the message.
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So if you have received a message, it could be that someone with a phone number almost similar to yours is trying to activate his WhatsApp messenger. Your WhatsApp messenger will automatically get deactivated.
WhatsApp code verification messages are being received by many, are panicking. Menu e-Paper Age on Sunday.
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