TELL ME WHAT I NEED TO DO TO REMOVE THIS FAKE CREDIT

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I am trying desperately to remove the fake VH1 Big In 05 credit from my profile. IMDb told me if I somehow tracked down the credits to this 14+ year old awards show and proved I was not in them, they would remove the credit.

I assumed that would be impossible, but I somehow managed to track down the credits on YouTube. But instead of removing the credit, IMDb simply changed it to "uncredited."

(That part of the conversation can be found here: https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/help-incorrect-information-on-my-profile)

Can someone PLEASE explain to me what I need to do to prove to you the credit is absolutely, positively fake and should be removed in its entirety?

This is an in-writing false statement about my work history on the internet's de facto resume site for people in the film industry; this false credit is doing material harm to me and my career, and I want it removed.

This should not be this hard, especially when your claimed justification is a desire for accuracy. You should want to work with me to ensure the credit's accuracy; not put up roadblocks to prevent me from proving the credit is false.
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  • COULD NOT BE MORE FRUSTRATED.

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I opened this ticket because they keep marking it as "solved," and I want to be sure they're actually reading my replies.
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To be clear: What I am asking for is the total deletion of this credit, as I was told would happen once I furnished the credits and showed I am absent from them, which I did.

If you refuse to delete the credit because you still believe it to be accurate, please tell me why you believe it to be accurate -- what verification process you used that leads you to believe this. Because whatever your reason is has already proved to be insufficient: your "evidence" lead you to believe I was a credited production assistant on a production I did not do production assistant work on.

I have already proved the "credited" part of that equation is wrong, which demonstrates your evidence's insufficiency beyond a shadow of a doubt. I was told that would be enough to get the credit removed, but apparently that is not the case. So please tell me what I need to do to demonstrate part two of that equation is also incorrect, so the credit can be removed entirely once and for all.
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To put it another way: the narrative you believe has me as a credited PA on this production.

I have proven that narrative to be false.

Please tell me why you still believe a small part of it to be true...

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