A man in Warren County, Ohio was indicted Monday on allegedly "selling" Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 3 consoles that he never had. Jeremy Sparks, 22, put up photos of the Wii and PS3 consoles on eBay "so he could defraud victims across the country by agreeing to sell them electronic game systems which he did not have," a grand jury report says. According to The Enquirer, Sparks' ads snared at least six buyers, said Warren County Prosecutor Rachel Hutzel. His "winning" bidders turned out to be losers. Hailing from three states – Pennsylvania, Illinois and Minnesota – those six buyers forked over $4,214.18 to Sparks, officials say.