I recently submitted a form for deletion of filmography credits that do not belong to me -
The two credits may have been added to my page by mistake - I cannot say for sure, however, I know that that they are unfamiliar to me, and not projects I worked on in any capacity.
I am hoping that someone can aide me in removing them. Both titles originally came back declined, because they were unable to be verified, although I don't know how one would verify, as I do not have links, call sheets, or any materials from either project mentioned.
Below you will find the most recent submission reference.
And the title for the project is I am Singh (2011) and Organize Chaos (2014)
If someone could help, and not troll my page, that would be great.
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You have been here before trying to remove other credits.
You know what is needed.
Proof that you are not in the projects.
You already know this.
We all have memories.
We remember you.
There are only a handful of employees that deal with these issues.
Same thing with contributors like myself, ljdoncel, Champion, ETC.
You know whats needed.
Why do you continue to post your requests without the needed documentation?
Joined on November 12, 2013
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I don't have documentation for these projects because I had no involvement with these productions - it seems to be a mistake - I am also not paying Amazon, Apple or whoever to try and find these films, that seems silly.
This is also why I don't like posting here because instead of being able to speak with an IMDB employee I get people who are...I'm not even sure of what it is you do - but that is beside the point.
If you would look at past submissions I have submitted any evidence I have come across or been provided, so please STOP, and STOP speaking to me with such arrogance.
Bottom line is if I had evidence for these two projects, it would have been posted along with the submissions - but since I don't have call sheets, video clips, etc., I can't post - BECAUSE I DID NOT WORK ON THEM.
Have a great day.
Find those titles somewhere.
Take screengrabs that show absence of your name in the credits.
Provide the URL of that proof.
IMDb will be happy to approve the removals.
Without that you will get no deletions of credits from your name page.
You know how its done to get a credit.
It is just the same except your name would be lacking.
IMDb wants to be accurate. It just wants the proof.
Ed, you made your point. Learn to move on and let IMDb staff handle it. There’s a line when ”friendly advice” can turn ”rude behavior”. It’s unnecessary.
This issue is now between Christopher and IMDb staff.
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