Contests and coverage services that use Coverfly to help manage their submissions sometimes prefer to read scripts "blind", meaning that their judges shouldn't be able to see the author and title page when evaluating the script. Coverfly's software reads the first page of the document and if it has fewer than 40 words on it, assumes it is a title page. It then uses the version without the title page for blind evaluations.
Rest assured, Coverfly always keeps the original copy of the script. If you believe a script's title page was mistakenly removed, please contact our support at email@example.com.