Getting writer credit for StarPeople 2010 and Free Yourself feature script

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Kelly Lacombe

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Elizabeth, Employee

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Hi Kelly, do you have the submission reference number for this? 
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Kelly Lacombe

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#1012 Free Yourself June 11 2019
#1011 StarPeople 2010 June 11 2019
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Kelly,

The 18-digit reference numbers Elizabeth is asking for would be located in your personal user history page or in your email correspondence from IMDb.

https://contribute.imdb.com/updates/history

The numbers should look like the example below.

191209-214000-000000

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Kelly Lacombe

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191207-035418-320000
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Hello Kelly,

That reference is for Contact Data https://contribute.imdb.com/updates/update?load=191207-035418-320000

We have not received a submission for any writer credits, however I can see you saved an update but were unable to add it due to the title not appearing in our database.

The details of the format of titles, the eligibility rules and the option to actually create the new title are included in our New Title guide:

https://www.imdb.com/updates/newtitle

Please read the above guide carefully and pay special attention to the 'eligibility criteria'. Additionally, note that we require a minimum amount of information on a new title in order to verify its eligibility and existence.

More details and frequently asked questions about submitting a new title can also be found on our Adding a new title guide:

https://help.imdb.com/article/contribution/titles/adding-a-new-title/GNXTSSVTJTF...

If the title you want to add is still unreleased (i.e. in development or in production) there is also a separate In production or development guide worth looking at:

https://help.imdb.com/article/contribution/titles/how-do-i-add-a-project-that-s-...

IMDb retains the right to reject any work whose eligibility according to the rules is dubious or/and not verifiable. This may include works which are in their very first development stages. They may be rejected at that stage but accepted later on when they are actually finished and released.

Please let us know if we can offer further assistance.