A shirt reading “At Least I’m Not Jewish” has been pulled from the personalized online gift company Zazzle.com in response to complaints.

“Zazzle provides an open marketplace where designers can create and upload wide variety of products,” said the company. “When a product is brought to our attention that violates our terms of service, we take swift action to have the product removed.”

The shirt was designed by a third-party seller named “The Slesk Bazaar.” As of Monday, the user no longer had any items for sale on Zazzle. A cached Google search showed that the designer had also been selling a shirt with the words “At least I’m not Christian.”

Twitter users, including the accounts @No2BDS and writer Ashlee Marie Preston, complained on Sunday about the product. Zazzle promptly responded and removed the controversial shirt.

“Thank you @zazzle for removing this dispicable Nazi paraphernalia,” tweeted @No2BDS. “We hope you banned this vendor from your site.”

A search on Zazzle for “The Slesk Bazaar” did not show any items from that user.