I used DNA Plus in August, 2010 to help me determine the correct biological father of my child. At that time, I was 18 weeks pregnant. I was told that the noninvasive paternity test was 99.999% accurate. After paying out $1249.00 and following all of the instructions that DNA Plus told me to follow, I was given false results. I had assumed that, since DNA Plus had said that they have been around for so many years, that the results were correct. This company even offered a child confirmation test to be included after the baby’s birth . (like a 2 for 1 DNA test) I had the man, who was confirmed as the father, by DNA Plus, and his family all involved with the rest of my pregnancy & the birth of my daughter. The man who was presumed as the father & his family all travelled over 250 miles to be present at “”our”” child’s birth. After “”our”” baby was born, I had decided leave my job & to move to the location where the father & his family were located for support. I had gotten the “”child confirmation”” test results when my daughter was 1 & 1/2 months old. The second test had different results. Now, the other guy was pointed out the father. He was living in the original location that I had just moved away from. 🙁 I had to call the original father & the new father to straighten out the mix up. We all went through a second company because of conflicting results to find out that the second test from DNA Plus was the right one!
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