Hello,I'm writing from Italy. I've bought two kits for your DNA test and I have tried for a week to send them back. Unfortunately, the parcel is stopped at the Italian customs which does not allow, unless you are a hospital or a physician, to send human biological material to the United States. I also asked a private courier but the procedure is the same. The parcel is blocked at customs. How can I send samples in the United States to your lab? I'm desperate! Can you give me a statement in order to overcome customs controls?Thank you!
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sto scrivendo dall'Italia. Ho comprato due kit per il test del dna sul vostro sito e ho cercato, già da una settimana, di rimandarli indietro. Sfortunatamente, il pacco viene fermato alla dogana italiana che non permette, a meno che tu non sia un ospedale o un medico, di inviare campioni biologici umani negli Stati Uniti. Ho anche chiesto a un corriere privato ma la procedura è la stessa. Il pacco viene bloccato alla dogana. Come posso fare ad inviare i campioni negli Stati Uniti presso il vostro laboratorio? Sono disperata! Potete per caso fornirmi voi una dichiarazione che permetta di superare i controlli doganali?
La mia e-mail di registrazione è firstname.lastname@example.org
You do not appear to have e-mail support. I wanted to send you a snapshot of an obvious phishing e-mail using myheritage but there is no place to do this so I am sending it via the forum. I know my subscription is renewed so this is a bogus e-mail
My results came back in my view as much too general in the breakdown and description of the DNA background. It shows me as part "central american" as if it were a race or nationality. for example, the majority of the people of this region are a mixture of either native indigenous peoples with spanish or portuguese or african descent.
their report shows absolutely no percentage breakdown of either of those described above. it just simply describes it at " central american" ranging from mexico to the tip of south america ?. really?. last i checked mexico is north america and south america is...oh well south ,no?.
on top, they did change the original report from 6 other ethnic groups to 3 from the first results... very confusing.
im really very disappointed... calling them is no help. you wait an eternity and then you get disconnected.
I'm confused as to the accuracy of this report. My DNA testing was
conducted by Ancestry.Com and it indicated 48% Western Europe, 21% Irish, 12% Scandinavian
and only 8% British. It was also shown to have 4% Iberian and 4%
Your ethnicity report shows over 58% Western and Northern European and
the remainder exclusively the eastern half of England.
Why the huge disparity with the same DNA test?
Can anyone out there help me to understand this discrepancy?
I have been told that if I (as a PremiumPlus Subscriber) send a message to someone who is NOT either a Premium OR PremiumPlys subscriber they will not receive my message. And if an "ordinary" Subscriber sends one to me I will not receive same. Is this correct?
WTF is wrong with this place. I've sent the sample in and now it's not showing as received. If I try to call in I'm always the 30th or more caller and I stay on hold for over an hour and then get disconnected when I'm the 3rd or 4th caller. If I call billing or sales they're always "out to lunch". What kind of crappy operation is this? I paid over $80 for my kit. WTF is it? Will I ever get results?
I'm disappointed and confused. My results vary greatly between the two. I could understand the estimate percentages changing a bit but to totally remove quite a few ethnicity's then adding a different one. Percentages totally flipping around first showing I'm more Spaniard and little Italian which makes sense due to being from Puerto Rico. To now more Italian to little Spaniard. I'm talking huge percent change. I don't know if I believe any of it.
firstly i wish to apologize to all, i know my tree has MANY mistakes, doubles and incorrect information . i do not know how to correcting all of it without messing it up worse, so i am afraid to touch anything. if any of you are able to correct anything please FEEL FREE TO DO SO. also for robert berube and toby freeman i have found that the information for sophie delphine lepage mt great grandmother IS NOT CORRECT. i have since found the following - she was born may 5th, 1843 in trois pistoles quebec. she died in 1906 in st. hubert, temiscouata quebec