Anonymous, Confidential, Private DNA Paternity Testing

Our office is accustomed to handling sensitive and confidential information, with many years of experience in doing so. We have taken the same professional protective measures for your personal privacy as we do for our own company and personal data. We are a private company. We are not the government.

Normally, you specify how you want to be contacted for the results, such as email, phone, postal mail, pickup at our office, and/or other means. You specify the phone numbers, email addresses, and/or entities authorized to access your information. We enter all this information into your record. For example, if somebody calls us from a phone number not specified in your record, and claims to be yourself by name, then we do not give out your information.

For example, if you gave us your phone number and email, then years later come back wanting a copy of your DNA test because you lost yours, but contact us by another phone number or email address, and say you no longer have your old phone number or email address, then you must walk into our office with your original government issued photo ID. In this situation, if you are overseas, sorry, we can't send you a copy. If it was an anonymous DNA test, sorry, we can't give you another copy, if you've lost your original contact means in our records.

If you want to tell us you will never ask for a copy, then we will note this in your record and then you are locked out from getting another copy in the future, even if your phone or email address are hijacked, for example.

Anonymous DNA Paternity Testing

If you are doing a paternity test for only your own private knowledge, with no intentions of ever using our results for any official government matters, then you do not need to show us any ID nor even use your real names. For your own peace of mind, the best way to stay anonymous is to not give us your name. We do not take any photo in this case.

Unlike some other DNA testing services in the world, we do not require that you present or give us a copy of your ID, if you choose anonymous DNA testing. We need only DNA specimens and an alias one-word name for each specimen. It is that simple and quick.

All alias names can be only a one-word name. For example, "John" is OK but "John Stapleton" is NOT OK. "Spiderman" is OK, but "Spider Man" in two words is not OK.

If you don't even want to be seen, then just set up an anonymous email address to contact us in advance with your aliases, take your own samples, send them to us by postal mail with no return address, and we will send the report back to the email address.

There are various other ways, too. For example, we've had people take their own samples, put all the sample envelopes into a larger sealed envelope with no markings about the contents, give them to a trusted associate or messenger to hand to one of our staff at some meeting place outside of our office, and had us hand deliver the printed report back to the trusted associate in our own sealed envelope with no markings to indicate the subject of the document inside, whereby the messenger may not have even known what was inside. (We did not discuss it with the messenger.) However, in a case like that, you need to be able to trust your messenger / associate.

You can discuss with us in advance how to handle your own particular situation.

Once we have processed anonymous DNA specimens, there is no way to change the anonymity. In other words, if you contact us later and say you want to use that test for official purposes, we do not allow that, and will not change any names on any reports. You must come in again and do another DNA test by normal procedures for non-anonymous DNA testing.

Confidential and Private DNA Testing

If you use one or more real full names, then for each full name we must see a government issued photo ID for adults, and for the child either a government issued photo ID or else an original birth certificate if the child has no government issued photo ID. We also must take a photo of the child we tested together with you. The DNA testing is still confidential, it's just not anonymous.

Other policies regarding confidentiality were discussed at the top of this article.

We value privacy. We understand other peoples concerns about their privacy. We are a purely private company, not a government agency.

We do not deal with governments about your DNA information or identity unless you request that we do so.

If you have any questions about confidentiality, please feel free to contact us. We want everybody to not worry too much, and to accommodate your needs. It is best to discuss everything in advance and get peace of mind.






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