Expecting Mothers Receive Fake Ultrasound Pictures
A group of expecting mothers in Toronto says they were sold phony 3D ultrasound images.
More than a dozen women posted the same photo on Facebook, each thinking it was their baby.
The pictures turned out to be a stock photo from the company's website. BabyView Clinic in Pickering, Canada says there was a technical issue.
But the women say that doesn't add up because their appointments were often months between each other.
Kaley Austin says her pregnancy has been full of complications, and this has her devastated. "I've been looking at that every day to get me by and he's just not even mine. I've been looking at a lie, you know what I mean?"
The company is now offering refunds.