NUMEROUS INCORRECT CREDITS ON PROFILE?? CAN ANYONE HELP

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Hi, my previous manager used to control, manage and maintain my imdb page. After leaving this manager last week and actually now having access etc to my page, upon reviewing I have noticed numerous incorrect and credit errors. Is there an imdb staff memeber that could please assist me, as I do not wish to misrepresent anyones work, mine or the database. Anyones help would be much appreciated
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Truth to be told, your former manager - nor you now for that matter - did not have any special access to your IMDb name page. Anyone can submit credits/info/corrections/updates to any page - it’s another matter that will they be accepted (usually some proof is needed etc). Usually credits (and name pages) are created simply because some film/series is added to IMDb - no managers or agents are needed.

So for starters, you should explain what credits are wrong - or perhaps belong to some other person. Remember that ”I-do-not-longer-want-this-credit-on-my-IMDb” is not a reason for deletion.
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Correcting existing data

We strive for the utmost accuracy on IMDb, but given the high volume of information added to the site, mistakes will occasionally be made. That's where you come in! Whether it's correcting a character name; updating a plot synopsis to make it more relevant; modifying a piece of trivia, or deleting an incorrect cast credit, we welcome all valid corrections to existing data.

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If you spot a data mistake anywhere on the site, the process of correcting it is very straightforward:

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  • You will also see small 'EDIT' labels next to various bits of data on both name and title pages. You can click these to go straight through to the correction form, which speeds things up a little.


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When auditing credits to check for accuracy, we would appreciate it if you adhered to the following guidelines:

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