They mixed up our results. At first they sent the same results with my name on it to both my husband and me. When we pointed it out , they re-sent results and we are confident they got ours backwards—my husband’s results were really mine and vice versa. Also, it was a very broad result they gave, limited to five possible areas of the world. This was not very helpful without the detail I had heard about in other such genealogy offers. Very disappointed!
The information I received was too vague. I was hoping for a percentage of nationalities but instead I got things like "Eastern European". Not what I was looking for.
everything as presented it worked really well
They we're very helpful clearing up some problems for me and they stuck with me until I got everything ordered and I appreciated it.
pretty generic test. doesn't specify anything.
I wanted to know what European countries my ancestors came from and the results from Ancestry DNA were - I was 100% European. What!? This was a waste of money!
It didnt give me any more information than what i knew. Information somewhat generic and boilerplate.
I had great expectations for my DNA analysis, but what I got was very generic and not greatly informative. My mother had done a similar analysis through Ancestry.com and received a very thorough document. I was able to save some money through the Groupon, but if I had to do it all again, I would spend the extra dollars to get a more complete analysis.
From Our Editors
DNA Origins helps customers trace their genetic roots to measure DNA markers on 22 pairs of chromosomes. It searches the full spectrum of ancestors for similar markers, which may span many geographical locations.
Everything you need comes in a simple, complete at-home kit which contains cheek swabs and instructions for collecting samples from the inside of the mouth—a more effective sample method than sending in everything you have ever touched. After you collect the DNA sample, the lab performs the test, and you will receive the results online.