Whatsapp is the most popular IM/video calling program in the world, and it is the first choice of all users worldwide. Despite the fact that billions of people use the service, it does have significant limits. If you have two WhatsApp accounts on your iPhone, we have some excellent news for you. Instead of having to carry two phones to use two distinct WhatsApp numbers, you can now do so on a single iPhone.
How to use two different WhatsApp accounts on a single iPhone?
Here’s what you’ll need to get from the App Store to install two separate iPhone versions.
- WhatsApp in its standard form
- A WhatsApp for Business version
You will have two WhatsApp versions on your phone after installing the ordinary and business versions, and you will be able to use both at the same time.
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Hackers can access your bank account on WhatsApp
A new WhatsApp fraud has surfaced, and you may be the next target. A rogue link is being exploited to rip customers off by collecting their confidential, personal information such as bank details, according to a new scam from Rafiroff.com.
Hackers are allegedly using WhatsApp to lure victims by clicking on a link and then navigating in the background to access information stored on the phone, according to reports. This spam link has been reported to have affected both iOS and Android devices, as well as desktop users that use WhatsApp desktop.
The link is delivered to WhatsApp users in order to gain access to their devices and equipment in order to spread infection, according to News18. According to CNBC, the link has already harmed a big number of customers, compromising their personal information and even providing access to their bank accounts. When a person clicks on the link, a new page appears, prompting them to take out a survey in exchange for large incentives and gifts. The user is required to enter their name, age, bank account information, and other personal information.
If you receive a message on WhatsApp inviting you to complete a survey by visiting Rediroff.com, disregard it.
RUN…… Just kidding, get rid of it.