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Question ->Newbie<- My boards holes for bindings

I have a rather new board, used for 4 weeks of boarding. Though the last 1˝ week I have noticed my bindings have been becoming more and more loose After tightening the bindings several times I toke off the bindings discovering that the holes has expanded.
Are there anything I can do to save my board or is it ruined?
The only solution I have is to use some superglue to secure my bindings - though that will result in my bindings being stuck on that specific board.

I am using rear-entry bindings, which I am suspecting for causing the expansion in the holes whenever i kick my feet in the bindings - can that be the case?

I hope you guys can help me!
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