On-Screen Credit listed as Uncredited

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The show I work on has discretionary credits so I'm only credited in a few episodes a season, even though I worked on every episode. At the time of adding my credits, I didn't know my name appeared in the credits for the season finale (The Flash, Season 5, Episode 22) until after I had already submitted myself as "Uncredited".

Long story short, I AM credited in The Flash Ep. 522 but I'm currently listed as uncredited and my attempt to correct it with a link to a screenshot was denied. Someone please help!

Here's my screenshot:
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Terry Beck

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Jaime, Employee

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Hello,

Thanks for your message.

Do you have the submission reference where you submitted with a link to the screenshot?

Thanks in advance.
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Terry Beck

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Hi Jaimie,

Here is my reference number: 191205-191339-000000 
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Terry Beck

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That contribution was denied....again, so here is a new contribution, with reference number: 191210-011251-328000
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Jon Tomlinson

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Don't worry if they get declined, Terry. As long as staff have a submission number and proof to work from, they can put it through for you all the same when they return to the thread, so you don't have to resubmit again yourself any further.
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Terry Beck

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How long will it take them to return to my thread? I'm a little concerned they might have forgotten about this post.
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Hi Terry,

I believe that by posting again, it may take longer to get a reply as the thread will be brought back up to the top. I took a quick look at the rest of the credits for that epsidoe and note that Tanya Kevorkian is not on the credits at all but she is lsited on the IMDb as being credited. There are a few people whose names have been added to the visual effects section as being credited for their work when they have not. When you submitted your correction, did you submit corrections for the other data. Sometimes this can help and it will also increase your record of corrections and increase your reputation for supplying correct data.

You could update your latest submission by changing Tanya's 'credit' to uncredited and change her job title if that was incorrect or even delete the entr for her name on that epsiode if you know she did not work on it. You could change the others to 'uncredited' where applicable.
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