We would like to provide you with as much information as possible before you decide to buy. For many of our customers this is a once-in-a-lifetime purchase so you do not have any experience on which to base your decision. To choose a laboratory is a choice of trust - and hard facts. We will show you how to compare labs to make a prudent choice.
Preliminary we must point out: secret paternity tests are forbidden.
Some people want to avoid trouble and conduct a secret DNA test. However, with the Genetic Diagnostics Act of 2012 legislator banned this. DNA samples taken to perform a DNA test must be taken through a witnessed sampling. The DNA-laboratory has an obligation to control the written consents before the analyses. You as the customer risk a fine of up to € 5,000 for fraud. Therefore, every German laboratory will require you to provide evidence of the consent of all test participants.
we send the test to the provided address in a neutral envelope to uphold client confidentiality
we only answer questions to persons who identify with the Order ID
fully ISO:17025 accredited
conducting DNA tests since 1998
our DNA tests examine between 24 up to 68 DNA markers
dual testing for 100% certainty when a biological relationship is excluded in the first run
reliablity due to the 4-eyes principle
Unlimited right to withdrawal from the purchase
free customer service for your questions before and after the analysis
free shipping worldwide
free DNA reports for all participants
guarantees a very high level of reliability in protecting your personal data. If you choose a laboratory abroad, including USA, privacy is unreliable
This is particularly important if you need advice before your purchase or if the analysis result raises questions that need to be explained
If you choose a laboratory that analyses the DNA samples themselves, your samples will pass through fewer hands. The fewer distribution points your DNA samples have to pass through, the lower the risk of the samples being mixed up.
The Genetic Diagnostics Act stipulates that only those laboratories are permitted to carry out paternity tests that can demonstrate accreditation in accordance with ISO 17025. This accreditation checks with external auditors that the laboratory processes run according to defined standards