Bring My Song To Life Asks Customers Not To Incorporate Their Passwords In the Lyrics For Obvious Security Reasons

Industry: Retail & eCommerce

The company produces tailored songs for their clients and urges them to avoid sharing their sensitive information as lyrics of their songs due to privacy concerns.

New York, NY (PRUnderground) August 29th, 2022

The custom song making company, Bring My Song to Life, asks its customers not to share their sensitive information as part of the lyrics in their songs. The company is asking its clients not to include their passwords or PIN numbers in the lyrics of their songs because of the obvious security risks involved.

“We noticed that in recent months, an increasing number of clients ask us to create a “personal” song incorporating some of their important passwords in their lyrics as a means for them to retain their sensitive information more easily.” – Mylène Besançon, CEO of Bring My Song To Life says.

The company believes that sharing passwords and other personal data, such as important pin codes, passwords, security keys, etc., in the lyrics of their songs could potentially be dangerous if it was to fall into the wrong hands.

The CEO says: “We create music for special occasions such as anniversaries, weddings, birthdays and more. Feel free to share things like a first date, wedding day, love for a specific person, birthday wish, etc. but if you plan on sharing your song with the public, avoid using these same dates or names as passwords or pin numbers”

To know more about Bring My Song to Life or to contact them, visit their website or send them an email at

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