WhatsApp Gold rises from the ashes to scam more people

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When the chain that promoted the installation of WhatsApp Gold was considered to be extinct, new alerts were found about the reappearance of the application that emerged in 2014 as an improvement on the version that everyone uses, according to Gizmodo.com.

The message that arrives at users’ chats encourages users to download an application that offers to send up to 100 photos at a time, automatically delete messages, personalize the ‘app’, call for free, among other functions.

All this is false, this application is a malicious program that through its website requires some personal data that are taken to extort and use without authorization in order to commit criminal acts.

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If for some reason you received this message and also installed the application, uninstall it immediately before falling into this scam, check your cell phone with an antivirus and for more security reinitiate it from the factory and do not fall into this type of messages.