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Ebay is doing the right thing by the Bryant Family. The company has pulled items that people are trying to sell from Kobe’s Memorial Service.

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Unfortunately, some of the people that attended the memorial are trying to make a profit off of it by selling the property on ebay. According to TMZ,  one XL shirt sold for $2,025. People are trying to sell all types of merch from the event like, shirt, pins, programs and more. eBay said that the items were removed because of a policy they have that prohibits sellers from profiting off of “human tragedy or suffering.” An eBay spokesperson wrote, “Please note, due to sudden and tragic passing of Kobe Bryant – eBay has made the decision to prohibit the sale of merchandise, images and mugs relating to their passing.”

Good for you Ebay!

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