A wedding supply factory has been accused of selling fake wedding supplies online and offering fake wedding cards and wedding rings to couples hoping to win money and free goods.
Read more: Target is the latest to come under fire after its wedding supply store was criticised for selling fake cards and rings for $250.
Read More: Target has apologised for selling wedding rings online, and has promised to remove fake wedding rings from its store.
Target has since apologised for its actions, and said it has removed all wedding rings and cards from its stores.
It has since suspended its wedding supplies business.
Target is the fifth company to be caught selling fake and altered wedding products.
The company was investigated by the US Department of Justice after a federal court in Virginia found that it had sold fake wedding accessories to couples, including fake rings and wedding gifts, and that some wedding supply stores were selling counterfeit wedding items.
Target confirmed it had stopped selling wedding accessories.
“Target has suspended its online wedding supply business,” the company said.
“We have already removed all counterfeit wedding products from our stores.
We will remove these items as soon as we can.”
The company has also banned all vendors from selling wedding supplies.
Target did not respond to ABC News’ request for comment.