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Wed, Dec 29, 2021 3:01 PM

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More "Badly Formatted"

Seems like this is a regular occurrence for my submissions. #211228-231255-021000 #211228-230224-973000 #211228-222808-740000 #211228-180841-903000

Thanks to IMDB employees, occurrences with the same outcome have been resolved. 

Although I still don't understand what the issue is. Could you please rectify these denials or at least, help me understand what I need to do to meet approval.

Thank You 

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Hi dancingelklucas -

The issue with these cast credit submissions is that you are entering "Actor" within the Character field of the submission form. 

As your role was not credited on-screen, if your character name was spoken on-screen you will need to enter that name within the Character field.  Or, if your character name was not spoken, then you will need to include a brief character description within this field, such as : "fire fighter", "shoemaker", "dog walker", etc.

Once you re-submit these credits with the correctly formatted character name, our editors will take a look and if there are no additional issues, will approve them.

I hope this helps!

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 If submitting Cast / Acting credits

According to rules..

If you're submitting a Cast credit, you'll have the option to include some more information:

Cast credit addition example

  • Character - The character played by the cast member in question - if the character name is unknown it can be left blank. If the person is appearing as themselves (i.e. in an interview or a documentary), then 'Self' should be entered here 

    I received this, This credit has been rejected. You need to correct this credit before it will be accepted.
    • You must provide a character name/description for uncredited cast members.

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My credits have now been reverted back to not being verified. as they were previously verified, I followed the strict guidelines. What the HECK gives....

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Hi @dancingelklucas​ -

Apologies for the delayed reply.  Are you still having problems with credits being incorrectly removed?