FOX Sports has reported the ‘official’ account for WeChat, a popular messaging app used by millions of people worldwide.
WeChat has been used by many millions of users in China, but its official account was recently shut down by China’s Communist Party after being reported for spamming.
Weibo, a social networking site, also has the official WeChat account, but has been shut down in China after a similar report from the country’s state media.
WeChat is now available on Apple’s iOS app and Android.
On its official website, WeChat claims that it has more than 2.5 billion registered users, but the real number is likely much higher.
According to WeChat’s website, the company operates in more than 100 countries around the world, and has more subscribers than Facebook.
While WeChat has a lot of potential, some experts warn it is not safe to use in China.
The WeChat official website was last updated on November 14, 2018, and the company was previously banned by China on December 23, 2017.
A spokesperson for Weibo told The Associated Press on Wednesday that WeChat “has been used for spammy activities for a long time, but now the party wants to shut it down.”
The spokesperson did not specify which activity was being investigated.
WeChat does not require a social security number to be verified.
Last year, Weibo said it had shut down 2.7 billion accounts and suspended 1.3 billion accounts for spam.
Wechat has over 8 billion registered accounts, according to the company’s website.
The AP contacted WeChat to confirm the authenticity of the WeChat statement, but it did not immediately respond to a request for comment.