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While I'm flattered, if bewildered, I'm not really sure what I'm looking at here. I see films with mock posters, synopses and asking prices (or negotiable).
Not had the email Chris but essentially it looks like a scam.
Notice on their website, there is literally no info on who runs the site, or why they think people looking for future scripts would come here to find them. This is stark contrast to Script Revolution, Inktip etc.
They say they are offering this service free for a limited time, so I'm presuming they will charge you later down the line.
The poster aspect is an interesting wrinkle but I'm guessing they are uploading your script details into Midjourney or some other AI based image creator and using that to provide the poster.
I did do a quick Whois lookup on the webiste, and they seem to have bought the website via a company called Domains by Proxy who's tag line is "Your identity is nobody's business but ours." they literally hide who is the actual owner of a website... very suspect!
There's nothing 'scabing' about listing your scripts on reputable sites like this, Script Revolution etc... you just cannot currently sell or negotiate with WGA signatory production companies - i.e. all the big ones.