Knockoff purses are popping up for sale on online yard sales, social media sites and at flea markets. Can you tell which of these are fake?
Knockoff purses are popping up for sale on online yard sales, social media sites and at flea markets.
Can you tell which of these are fake?
Many women collect purses.
Buying a knockoff isn't a crime.
But if you are tempted to sell a fake bag to a friend or to someone online …
… you might think again.
People are increasingly turning to Facebook online yard sales to buy and sell counterfeits.
The problem is, selling knockoffs is illegal …
… whether it's done out of a storefront or on the Internet.
Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney and the Call 6 team took hidden cameras inside central Indiana flea markets and discount stores to see if knockoffs could be bought.
Finding out if a bag is real or fake can be difficult.
Kara's story (http://bit.ly/11t2vQd) will help you find a great bag without worrying about getting into legal trouble.
By the way, all the bags in this gallery are fake.