[BLACKBERRY WARNING] – DO NOT ACCEPT OR FORWARD THIS MESSAGE TO/FROM ANYONE


There is a dangerous viral virus/some invalid script spreading on blackberry Messenger.

If your friend or anyone on your BBm send you this message, please disregard it.:

“Hello, greetings from RIM (Research In Motion) proprietors of BlackBerry. This message is to inform all of our users, that our servers have recently been really full, so we are asking for your help to fix this problem. We need our active users to re-send this message to everyone on your contact list inorder to confirm our active users that use BlackBerry Messenger, if you do not send this message to all your BlackBerry Messenger contacts then your account will remain inactive with the consequence of losing all your contacts.

We apologize for the inconvenience but this is the only way possible to resolve this problem. Sincerely Research in Motion. For more information visit: ww blackberry com/inactiveusers”

At 12:30pm, I Spoke to a very good friend of mines that works at RIM (Research in Motion)/Blackberry head office. That link is not a valid RIM website and they have no idea where this message was started. They are still investigating this issue.

If anything changes I will update you here.. So keep checking.

When will people learn? No company will EVER send you any important information like that through there users.

What you think of this issue?? Did anyone forward you this message?

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