I Can't Delete A Credit That's Not Me

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Someone mistakenly put me as an actor in a music video that only shows the silhouette of cast. I'm not involved nor have I ever been involved with this production or anyone with this production as I'm a full-time location manager. I've been asking IMDB to take this off my page going on years now. I keep getting denied.

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#191101-023340-246000
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Michael Glaser

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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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You Don't delete. You assign the credit to the rightful owner.
It should look like this.




I have submitted this on your behalf
Contribution #191102-011705-200000
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Michael Glaser

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It's still there. I resubmitted the change again. 
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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Aargh!
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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Start a new post. Make reference to this post and the new submission number along with your old submission number plus my submission number!
Maybe they will finally submit to our submissions!
Resistance is futile!
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Lloyd David Lieberman

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TBH I still wonder why I’m the only person who seems to smell a fish@ The fact that IMBd STILL requires a third-party platform after all these years for this, making it even worse than LinkedIn. This is not the way to approach things.Apologies for my comment having nothing to do with the problem but I feel this needs to be stated.
 - - Why? Because it gives the best created a subtle taste in their mouth that is almost impossible to get rid of. 
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Nikolay Yeriomin (Mykola Yeromin), Champion

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Lloyd David Lieberman, LinkedIn and IMDb have very different purposes.
 
IMDb is, first and foremost, database. It houses information about movies (by extension other audiovisual media) and people involved. It provides some resume and representation services, however mostly through additional services, such as IMDb Pro and Title Scorecard. 

LinkedIn is primarily a resume social network. Its whole purpose is to be first and foremost that.
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