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You're not in any trouble, but I'm going to take a quick moment to explain something to you. I noticed that you had trashed your latest submission, and saw that you had put "admin not like ports" as the reason for trashing it; this is a very false assumption. The reason that your most recent submission was withheld was because you didn't provide proper credits, not because we don't like ports. If it was because we didn't like ports, then we probably wouldn't allow any of the ports that we currently have on the site to be up.
You neglected to include any of the proper credits for your submission, and only credited yourself for simply porting the content; this is not, in any way, considered as proper credit, and resulted in the submission being withheld. GameBanana has a policy about ensuring that proper credit is given where it is due; since you didn't credit the developers who made the model and textures in the first place, nor the creators of the animations or sounds used in that submission, site protocols dictated that the submission needed to be withheld until you resolved the issue. The easiest fix that you could have done was simply include the correct authors into the credits list of your submission, which is literally all that was being asked of you when the submission was withheld.
This has been a recurring issue for you over the last two years that you've been here, and it honestly just seems like you don't care. If you're not going to bother to make sure your submissions are in order before submitting them to the site, then expect them to be withheld until you fix them. You've been here long enough to know how this site works by now, so there's really no excuse for you to not fix the submissions that get withheld or ensure that they are properly set up to prevent having them be withheld in the first place.
Consider this information when you decide to submit content to the site in the future.