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10-03-2012 04:29 PM
I am writing today to ask you about a problem I have been having for the last couple days to do with my BBM pin. Around 2am on Tues Oct the 2nd I started getting a lot of people adding me to BBM. I figured someone posted theirs on facebook and made a typo so I ignored it for a couple hours and just blocked everyone adding me. It continued though and started to get really exsessive (upwards of 100 people and climbing) at that point I added one of them to ask the person if they could tell their friends to stop adding me and to get the person who posted it to post the correct pin number. He told me that my pin was on a chain email called the BBM train and copy and pasted it into our conversation, it was an email written in Turkish with hundreds of BBM pins on them. I have never posted my BBM pin anywhere online before so it was a rather large shock to see this. My service provider is Rogers so I just contacted them about maybe getting my pin changed as this is a very dangerous situation and a very frustrating one. They told me that every pin is individual to the divice and so I would have to get a new phone but they also gave me an email address which did not work to see if you can do anything for me. Is there any way at all to get my pin changed?
Thank you for your consideration
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