While scrolling through assets on my phone, an image was licensed without intent. It has not been downloaded as I have no use for the asset. Is there a way to reverse the licensing of an asset?
This seemed like a glitch of some kind. As the license button was nowhere near my thumb and when I found the image I wanted I found out a purchase had just been made on something I didn't need. Have there been other reports of this kind of thing happening and is there a way to stop it from happening again?
Info: Samsung S8 on Chrome Browser.
There is no undo button, and yes, it happens also to others, even that I need to say, that it did not yet happen to me. May be it's me using a tablet or PC to browse and licence. Either you contact Adobe customer care on this matter, or you wait for @Vani_100 to jump in. In that case you will need to post the asset id here.
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Can you share the asset ID you have accidently licensed ?