So the procedure goes as follows:
- Apply to have it changed
- Get registered mail with the old pin code a couple days later
- Change pin code at ATM machine
Therefore, I started thinking of a suitable pin code that would not be easy, and as such rejected by the bank, but not too hard that I would forget it (although I was resolved to take it down this time :P).
I came up with the perfect pin code! (I'm not putting here for obvious reasons hehe)
Got the old pin code last night, and it turns out it's the "new" pin code I decided to use...