The move came after two customers complained they paid for two $299 “diamond” tickets but received tickets that went for $99, the Brisbane Times reported.

The site charges a premium for finding hard to get tickets. Queensland law states that it is unlawful to sell tickets for events held at eight venues – including Suncorp Stadium – for above 10 percent of face value.

Suncorp Stadium communications manager Greg Adermann said the venue was duty bound to cancel any tickets that infringed anti-scalping laws.

None of the 100 affected fans –who have since been refunded – have so far made an official complaint, so neither the police nor Office of Fair Trading can take any action.

The site does not contravene laws in New South Wales where it is based.

Around the time of the Bon Jovi fiasco, TicketFinders was listing $95 tickets to April’s Justin Bieber concert at Brisbane Entertainment Centre for $300.

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