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Either is the Zoom App Really Shutting Down on Monday, September 14th 2020 or Is it a Fake Information? If it's Real, then Why? Can we do Any Meetings on Zoom App on September 14?

You must be here because you may have seen lots of TikTok videos with text recently mentioning about shutting down of Zoom App on September 14th, 2020, and want to find out either there gonna be any meetings on Zoom App on Monday or not, right? If so, then you may want to know what is reality, either is it a scam or legit information, either Zoom classroom gonna be shut down on September 14 or not, right? Well then, let's find out either is Zoom shutting down on September 14th or not through this post.

Either is Zoom shutting down on September 14th or not Are there gonna be any meetings on Zoom App on Monday | De Reviews

Why Zoom App is shutting down on September 14? If Zoom is not shutting down, then why are people sharing about it on TikTok?

We don’t find any official information from Zoom about shutting down the Zoom app anywhere on their official social media pages and website. There is no mention of the Zoom app shutting down on September 14th anywhere officially except on some random TikTok videos. So, this proves it is not real information and the Zoom app is not shutting down on Monday, September 14th, 2020.

So, then why are people sharing on TikTok that Zoom App is shutting down? Why is it trending on TikTok?

People are sharing it to gain popularity on TikTok as well as on other social media. Previously, there were such hoax TikTok videos about October 27 and August 27 which got too much trending and they got lots of views and followers on TikTok for posting such videos. So, it looks like they are now repeating the same trend with a new story about Zoom being down on September 14th to gain TikTok views and followers.

When people find out that someone is sharing about the shutting down of the Zoom app, then they may search about it. But, when they find out it is not real information, some of them just ignore it while other make their own TikTok videos and post to prank their followers and friends so that viewers leave the comments on their Tiktok videos as well as follow them on TikTok and like their videos.

So, shutting down of Zoom app on September 14th is just a viral thing without a reality.

So, don’t panic, you can use the Zoom app and have meetings without any problem on September 14th as in other days. Zoom app is not going to shut down on September 14th, 2020.

Zoom app is not going to shutdown on September 14th, 2020. Zoom app hasn't mentioned anything about shutting down their app even in other days. People are sharing this false information on TikTok just to make their TikTok videos or social media posts popular to gain some likes and followers.

For some people, this may be fun but we strongly suggest them it’s not a good idea to prank other and make them fool. Due to the pandemic, many people are using the Zoom app to have some serious meetings and this type of information can hamper their work. So, this type of social media trend should stop now. What do you think about it? Write in the comment section below.

So, it is a kind of scam to gain popularity but not to harm or hurt anyone, however, it may harm some people. So, it's better not to spread such false news or information to gain some likes and followers.

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