Dresden (dpa / sn) – The Dresden public prosecutor’s office has brought charges against a woman at the Dresden district court in 117 cases on suspicion of internet fraud. The 35-year-old accused is said to have offered her non-existent goods on online platforms under various pseudonyms, as the Dresden public prosecutor announced on Friday. The woman had captured more than 6,000 euros in this way, it was said.

She is said to have offered items such as baby monitors, radio play boxes and game consoles for sale on Internet platforms between July last year and March. According to the public prosecutor’s office, you pretended to be willing and able to deliver. The buyers paid between 17 and 180 euros for the items to the woman’s accounts at various banks. However, the suspect never delivered the items.