In many poorer parts of the world products made by brands (like nike, Adidas or even gucci) are copied and similar looking cheap replicates are sold at fraction of the prices of the original. These are called 'fakes'. When you buy a product (in India) it's not uncommon to ask the shopkeeper if the product is 'original' i.e. made by the actual company.
Most spanish speakers translate "cartera" to be "wallet" and "bolso" to be "purse". At least, that is how I have always heard it. It may just be translated differently due to what region the speaker is from. Translations vary depending from what region the person speaking is from.
After a very brief search, I discovered many definitions for the word “Tasche,” including: bag, purse, pouch, case, pocket, handbag, satchel, box, suitcase, and briefcase. At that point I stopped my search. For those not familiar with it, there’s a very good multi-language on-line dictionary at reverso.com. The feature at Reverso that I really like, is that for most words it provides scores and scores of actual sentences using the sought word, taken it appears from many sources. There are other useful features at the site, only a few of which I’ve used. Try it, it’s likely you’ll like it.