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These smartphones won't run WhatsApp after Dec 31 - Fact or Fake

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As India Is Growing up to be Digital Scammers have started their business of a new crime .i.e. A Trend to Circulate fake news.

It's never late since demonetization act by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, there has been a drastic increase in Fake News Circulation over internet and media in order to gain money and royalty points by ads and other monetary schemes.

And no one is left out from trying to fool you not even the well-known media sources like jansatta, indiatodayintech, and others .



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Jansat Source: Here

Indiatodayintech Source: Here

The recent fake news about WhatsApp from such media sources are drastically going viral over social networking sites and messaging apps.

Ethical Hackers Club tried to find out the fact behind the story.

The two Tech News Giants Jansatta and IndiatodayinTech tried to spread the news claiming that WhatsApp states on its blog that it's about to stop services for specific smartphones, but as usual, the news is supposed to be fake as tested by Ethical Hackers Club.



Ethical Hackers Club tried to find out the fact behind the story from Whatsapp blog itself and found out that the last post by Whatsapp was about WhatsApp Video Calling on November 14, 2016. Since then there have been no words from WhatsApp about any such story over its blog.

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Find it by yourself from Whatsapp Blog


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Stop Wasting your time on such fake news and when you get any of such message, which you feel can be doubtful just Submit the same to Ethical Hackers Club to check the Fact on the link Bellow.

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Its Really very easy for Tech News Providers to find out whats Currently trending over google search and this is how they are targeting you with the fake news in order to earn money by attractive fake news stories of their own. 
  

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