Gig-goers who attended last Sunday's (01Jul07) Concert For Diana have been criticised for exploiting fellow fans of late British royal the Princess of Wales.
Souvenir programmes from the event have appeared on auction website eBay, with some selling for over $240 (GBP120) to admirers across the globe - despite retailing for GBP10 ($20) on concertfordiana.com.
A senior official says, "Not only is the official website undercutting the market, but all the proceeds go to charity."
The 128-page booklets contain unseen childhood photographs of the late Princess, who was killed in a car accident in Paris, France, in 1997.
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