A Buffalo, New York woman has been selling her positive pregnancy tests on Craigslist, and she isn't alone. Women all across the country have been selling positive tests for what we can only assume are nefarious reasons.
In the Buffalo, New York post, the female seller writes:
"Wanna get your boyfriend to finally pop the question? Play a trick on Mom, Dad or one of your friends? I really don't care what you use it for."
The pregnancy tests are selling on Craigslist for $25 each while Texas sellers want $30 per test.
Sellers of the fake pregnancy tests have not responded to questions at this time.
Some sellers have promised high end results from Clearblue Fire Response tests and not those cheap dollar store brands that might not provide the best results.
Almost every single seller tells buyers that they don't want to know how the pregnancy test will be used.
Craigslist has become a breeding ground for selling just about anything a person can imagine, and now fake pregnancy tests can be added to the list of unusual items.
There is no policy in place at the social selling website to restrict the sale of positive pregnancy tests, although, perhaps for the sake of good taste, Craigslist should enact such a policy.
Let this be a warning to guys around the country: If your girlfriend says she is pregnant, be sure to check your local area Craigslist for the appearance of fake pregnancy test sales.
Do you think it should be legal to sell a positive pregnancy tests online?