Issue with function parameters

I am attempting to get a boolean from a function parameter, In which it is returning with the wrong item.

function API.GetPlayerData(Player)
	return {
		GetRoles = function()
            --Unrelated
		end,
		GetData = function(Remove)
			local UserId = Players:GetUserIdFromNameAsync(Player.Name or Player)
			print(Remove)
			if Remove == true then
				if API.RegisteredData[UserId] ~= nil and not Players:GetPlayerByUserId(UserId) then
					API.SavePlayerData(UserId)
					API.RegisteredData[UserId] = nil
				end
			else
				if not API.RegisteredData[UserId] then
					return API.LoadPlayerData(UserId)
				else
					return API.RegisteredData[UserId]
				end
			end
		end,
	}
end

In this function I laid out, I am attempting to remove no longer used playerdata by calling the function “GetData(true)”, However this is coming with complications, as when I try to print the remove parameter, It simply returns with

 ["GetData"] = "function",
 ["GetRoles"] = "function"

When it needs to return a boolean. Attached below in the final sample is how I call for data to be removed.

DataService.GetPlayerData(Player):GetData(true)

Either call the function using a period (DataService.GetPlayerData(Player).GetData(true)), or add an extra argument to your GetData function (GetData = function(self, Remove))

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