This software allows companies to reach their clients more efficiently and always within the law. If you plan to use this software for bulk sending or spamming, you would better desist. That is not its purpose, it will not work and we will block your account immediately.
We like WhatsApp and we want it to be as free of spam as possible. "WhatsApp" is a registered trademark of WhatsApp Inc.
This software is not supported or endorsed in any way by the service providers it interoperates with. It neither tries to mimic or replace any software originally conceived by those services' owners.
We consider some of those terms rather abusive, but nevertheless we strongly believe some others are quite fair as they seek to ensure a balance between individuals and companies using their service. Those "fair use" terms are:
Never share illegal or offensive content
Never send too many more messages than a human being could in the same period of time
Try not to send messages to people who doesn't have your number in their phone list or have never sent you a message
If you infringe those terms, you are risking to be banned from the WhatsApp service without any right to be compensated by us
By using this software, you recognize it is a mere tool for accessing the WhatsApp service, just like any smartphone or operating system that you can use for the same purpose. You declare completely responsible for the actions you take and discharge us from any responsibility derived from such usage.
If you keep using this software and start to pay for it, you will not be charged for accessing the WhatsApp platform but for the costs of maintaining the service and our dedicated support.
According to Sec. 103(f) of the DMCA and Article 6 of the 1991 EU Computer Programs Directive, any technological measures circumvention that might be carried out for the creation of this software is totally legitimate as its purpose is "enabling interoperability of an independently created computer program with other programs" and is "indispensable to obtain the necessary information to achieve the interoperability of an independently created program with other programs [...] to make it possible to connect all components of a computer system, including those of different manufacturers, so that they can work together".