A MUSIC student is behind bars after a £33,000 eBay scam.

Julian Baian ‘sold’ bogus items on the auction site including expensive Apple Mac computers and camera equipment.

Jurors were told buyers ended up not receiving the goods they ­believed they had paid for.

The 35 year-old was convicted of nine fraud charges as well as theft following a trial at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

He was remanded in custody pending sentencing next month.

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As part of the con, Baian tricked Peter Walmsley, 44, into selling items on eBay between September 2015 and January 2016.

They got to know each other ­after Baian – calling himself Alex Pierce – bought a vintage ­musical synthesiser from the man.

Baian said he was studying music technology and had a studio in Glasgow.

Baian then claimed there had been a problem with shipping. He also provided fake receipts and proof of postage.

Mr Walmsley said: “He didn’t send the items off, but it did look like the postage was paid for and genuine.”

Mr Walmsley ended up contacting police and refunding ‘buyers’ himself.

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Baian also used his own eBay ­account during the scam.

In evidence, Baian, of the city’s Knightswood, said he wanted to “compensate” Mr Walmsley as he “does not deserve this”.

But, Baian denied the charges insisting he was going to write a book which would “tell everything”.

Prosecutor Harry Findlay ­replied: “Will this be a work of fiction like your evidence this afternoon?”

Baian replied: “No this is the truth – test me with technology, mathematicians and lie detectors.”

The theft charge involved Baian stealing furniture from a house. He blamed a supposed homeless man who moved in after him.

Sheriff Joseph Platt deferred ­sentencing for reports.