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Sun, Apr 17, 2022 2:43 AM

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Yet another case of me adding a credit with an evidence when I could not waste time with that as it could be approved without evidence too and that's not having a meaning and not protecting anything.

After 2 years, someone makes a deletion request to that credit which was added with evidence attached and your editors say "sure, why not, let's delete it, no need to check its accuracy or provided evidence when it was added, I'm sure this worthless credit added by this worthless user is wrong, I'm approving this deletion request"

on what basis this credit was deleted? what evidence was provided by the requester of the removal so that your editors were convinced and approved its deletion?

I checked the evidence link I provided 2 years ago when I added it and the link is still alive. I can still see the credit at 13:10 mark in full movie link I provided. So there is really no excuse for approving that deletion request and I'm requesting you to restore it please.

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4 m ago

Following this, with interesting. The more threads I read in this forum the more disheartened I am by the standard of IMDb editors. 

Good luck with this. 

Bethanny

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4 m ago

Hi mbmb-

 

We have now reviewed this submission and confirmed it is correct, it was approved and will show live on the site shortly.

 

Thanks!

mbmb

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@Bethanny​ Thanks but I hope if the same person decides to submit a deletion request again, the editors say "unable to verify" instead of so easily approving it again.

I shouldn't feel I have to regularly check credits I added to see if they were deleted incorrectly, especially when they were added with evidence to begin with.

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@mbmb@Bethanny

Yeah, that seems to be the big problem with IMDb at the moment. The lack of consistency. So much stuff up there clearly wasn't backed up by evidence of any kind. Yet, when you use evidence to correct it... you get declined.