Every single credit has DISAPPEARED

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I logged into my IMDb page (annual IMDb Pro member current till September and on auto payments) and every single credit is gone. Not just my credits but the section itself. All were stunt credits from feature film and network television. Multiple episodes. The missing productions are: Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Walking Dead, The Resident, Sleepy Hollow, The Vampire Diaries, Dynasty, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World, Untiled Reba McEntire Southern Drama, Cobra-Kai, and Fear the Walking Dead. I emailed IMDb through their "Contact Us" section but like all of you know having your IMDb page down can be a huge factor in losing work. I would have assumed it was a performer who didn't take their career seriously enough to pay for a service like IMDb and move on to the next stunt performer. If anyone had immediate solutions to this problem please reach out. Thank you and stay safe!
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Every single credit has DISAPPEARED
The missing productions are:
Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Walking Dead, The Resident, Sleepy Hollow,
The Vampire Diaries, Dynasty, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World,
Untiled Reba McEntire Southern Drama, Cobra-Kai, and Fear the Walking Dead.
by Lance Herota
Joined on May 15, 2018
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You??

Lance Herota
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Yes that is my profile.
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If your credits get somehow deleted, the section they were in would automatically not show up because there's no data in it. I notice most of your credits would have been for tv shows where I notice they don't usually list stunt credits onscreen unless maybe they are stunt coordinators. So most, if not all, of your credits would carry the (uncredited) attribute. There might have been some sort of purge for some reason of uncredited stunt appearances. Have you looked on some of the episodes you were in and seen if there are any stunt appearances by others shown? If worse comes to worse do you have files listing all the episodes you were in - you might have to re-enter them. If so, you don't have to enter them episode by episode - you can enter multiple episodes from the main series page for each tv show. I'm not sure if IMDb keeps any kind of record of old data - maybe someone could answer that. Sorry you've got to go through this - it's gotta be devastating. If you have to re-enter, let us know if you have any questions or problems with it.
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Your credits do not show up because they all have the (uncredited) attribute. You need to get a screen grab of at least one case where your name is listed in the credits on screen and submit a correction with that as evidence. Once you have at least one credit listed without the uncredited attribute all the rest will show up as well.

You can see the hidden credits if you 'Edit page' on your page and select Correct/Delete for the stunt department.
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Thanks for that Owen. I couldn't quite put it together that that was happening. I danced around it but didn't get it, even knowing the rule. You can learn a lot just hanging out around here! :)
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Lance Herota :

Did You add credits to your page ?
May be listed here ...
https://contribute.imdb.com/updates/history


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From https://help.imdb.com/article/contribution/filmography-credits/i-worked-on-a-title-but-did-not-recei... 
You need to have at least one pre-existing credited entry in the database. We will not display filmographies consisting exclusively of uncredited work. We may make an exception in very rare/specific circumstances (e.g. on movies released before 1990, episodes released before 2000 and/or for high-profile credits, such as an uncredited cameo appearance by a celebrity), but in most cases we will not list an uncredited credit unless you have a pre-existing credited filmography.