How do your submit an attachment for proof of a credit?

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Have tried numerous ways to Stop getting a denial on a credit for which I have proof. Can’t even get it listed as uncredited even with proof of a contract. No one here responds. I should say no one from IMDB. How can a person correct their denial when no one will listen? How do you send an attachment to prove you are correct?
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Ken

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Jeorj Euler

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Lucy

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If you have a screengrab of the final credits from the film showing your name should be sufficient to get a credit accepted.
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Ken

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No...have contract. It’s already posted. Just now trying to get an 'uncredited'.
So difficult.
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Jeorj Euler

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Kenneth, If you would post anything here, then please remember to use an image manipulation program to blot out your mailing address and any government-issued identification numbers (like for taxes or so).
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Hello Kenneth,
Is a contract enough to get listed on the IMDb?
Sometimes people get a contract, they might even do the work and even be paid for it, but then their work is cut and they don’t finish up being in the production.
What the IMDb want to see is proof that the person was in the production as it was first released.

For actors that means being listed in the on-screen credits and/or being visible and recognisable in the production as it was first released.

To get an uncredited listing they need to have at least one credited listing.

Steve
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Jeorj Euler

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Kenneth, if the credit is for the acting category, then you should post a screenshot from the scene of the movie in which the character you portray appears.
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Please see Michelle’s post here ... https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topi... ... she is an employee and has been helping you.