Accidentally clicked 'license' when scrolling through Stock search results

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Apr 01, 2020 Apr 01, 2020

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Hi,

 

I accidentally clicked 'License' when scrolling through search results in Adobe Stock. I only meant to click the image to bring up the link to download a comp, but accidentally clicked where the blue box pops up with the 'License' prompt.  From my google search results, this isn't entirely uncommon - is there a way to make that button not be a one-click purchase, for those of us who apparently have butter fingers?

 

I've removed the downloaded .EPS from my computer – it's for item #308628372. Is it possible to remove/replace the license I accidentally used?

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Apr 08, 2020 Apr 08, 2020

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Hello p0psicle,

I have verified that you have licensed #308628372 asset and have granted you replacement license. Please delete asset from any downloads or library at your end.

Thanks !!!!

 

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