Seemingly flawless arguments are often presented to prove obvious fallacies (such as 0=1). This is the appropriate tag to use when asking "Where is the proof wrong?" about proofs of such obvious fallacies.

An example of a fake proof is $$1=\sqrt{-1\cdot-1}=\sqrt{-1}\sqrt{-1}=i^2=-1$$ which fails because $\sqrt{xy}=\sqrt x\sqrt y$ does not hold if $x$ or $y$ is negative. Sometimes the proof may be presented as a puzzle, the challenge being to identify the flaw.

For asking about identifying flaws in general proofs ("spot the mistake"); the proof-verification tag should instead be used.