A young Pennar man admitted selling non-existent iPhones and an iPad via the internet when he appeared before Haverfordwest Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
Luke Woodward, 22, of Grove Street, pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud by false representation. According to the charges, he made £1645.50 from selling items he never had in his possession.
“This is a serious breach of people’s trust and confidence in the system of internet sales,” said Mr Vaughan Pritchard-Jones, prosecuting.
“The defendant has pleaded guilty to similar matters in Swansea and is due to appear in Swansea Crown Court on June 16.
"I think it’s sensible to look at the bigger picture and commit these new charges for sentence at Swansea Crown Court on that day.”
Magistrates committed Woodward to appear in Swansea Crown Court for sentencing on June 16. He was released on unconditional bail.