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Salehe Bembury is Canceling Bot Orders From His Crocs Releases

Luis Torres

Salehe Bembury is looking to right some of the wrongs from his highly-anticipated Crocs Pollex release.

Following several of the complaints that bot orders took up the majority of the stock, Salehe went back and canceled bot orders from the release and then redistributed pairs to some of his fans.

While his efforts still don’t override the method and the sentiment that followed the release, Salehe still deserves acknowledgment for doing the right thing, given the circumstances.

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