I have a question about removing the (uncredited) bearing in mind im presenting what imdb requested me?

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I have submitted these documents, to support my contribution since imdb states:

If not listed within the end credits of the production verification should include proof of employment - this can come in the form of pay stubs, receipts, call sheets or contracts for the production, any mentions within the media of the role on the production from reputable third-party sources. 

So i gathered these from the production company, contracts and all these documents to prove that i was indeed part of the production so they can remove the (uncredited):

https://i.imgur.com/7bYFAQh.png

https://i.imgur.com/ljIgglK.png

https://i.imgur.com/x8e9dIX.png

I did as imdb requested me.

Please someone help, thank you

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The attribute ”(uncredited)” means that the person is not credited in the actual credits. It’s best to provide a screenshots of the actual credits where your name is visible on the screen. Is that possible?

(Also remember that this is a public forum, so it’s probably best not to send any personal info like phone numbers, e-mails, addresses etc. They can be visible on pay stubs and contacts.)
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He is doing that in this post right now.
Contract
https://i.imgur.com/7bYFAQh.png
Cast List
https://i.imgur.com/ljIgglK.png
Cover letter
https://i.imgur.com/x8e9dIX.png
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After viewing though I don't believe its enough.
IMDb may require the cast billing end credits screenshot.
That would be the definitive evidence.
Call sheets and pay stubs too.
Also he should use the contact us

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My friend who the same thing happened to him submitted these documents and had his credit been removed with the uncredited at the end, he send those documents contracts and letter from the company confirming his unemployment, so he did it, IMDb corrected it and I’m supplying the same.

They state again contracts and the money I got paid.

Could someone please help
I just want that uncredited remover and all my paperwork confirms I was hired to play that

Please someone
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MC, is your name on the actual credits of this episode/show? That would be the first question when dealing with IMDb credits. That would also determine whether the ”(uncredited)” attribute is needed or not.

I mean this confuses me: ”I gathered these from the production company, contracts and all these documents to prove that i was indeed part of the production so they can remove the (uncredited).”
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Thank you very much for the response ,

When I contacted the production company for this TV show they told me we will provide you with all the documentation necessary to present to ImDB in order for them to credit you properly the contracts a letter from us and the breakdow of the cast list.

I never checked the ending credits but when I contacted the production company they said that the majority factors will contact the company requesting proof they provide all this material and so all these documents are the ones that are normally present in order to suffice in confirmation.

I figured that if the production company verified my presence on the production and also I showed my contract and that I was paid for to act as one of the characters he would suffice obviously right?
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IMDb can comment further about this particular case, but easiest way to prove that one worked in some production is to take a screenshot (e.g. with your phone ftom the screen) of the actual credits. Basically, you don’t need any other documents (if you’ve those screenshots).
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Thank you but I don’t have any screenshots. At all only these documents.

Also can I ask do you have the power to delete old chat threads from my profile?
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Hi MC -

I was able to review the on-screen credits for the episode and unfortunately, your name wasn't credited on-screen for your role so the 'uncredited' attribute applies here.  Based on the evidence you provided, your credit has been added with the 'uncredited' attribute.

Concerning old Get Satisfaction threads you posted, we generally will not remove existing threads unless there is personal/private information mentioned in the thread.  If there are threads that you wish to remove for this reason, please let us know the thread links and our staff can take a look.
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Thanks MC, we have reviewed the request and edited the thread https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/how-to-change-project-wrongly-submitted-as-a-movie-when-its-... to remove the sensitive data, the remainder of the threads will be retained as per our policies. 

Regards,
Will
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why are you retaining the remaining threards?!

whats the point of keeping all that?

seriously.....any particular reason why you are responding in this way?

Will could you please remove the threads
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Because past topics may prove useful, they build up a kind of knowledge base (for the ones who care to look for answers rather than asking their questions straight).

Because, as clearly stated, this is a public community forum that acts as support for IMDb.

Because this is the Internet, and once it is published, it will stay forever somewhere (sort of) even though it would be removed from the source website.
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MC, in the future if you need to post some private proof, I would recommend using IMDb Help desk (like pointed out earlier):
https://help.imdb.com/contact