Fake DNA Test
What is a Fake Paternity Test?
A fake DNA test results a document that has been forged to resemble an authentic DNA paternity test result.
How to spot a fake DNA test results?
Spotting a fake paternity test result may not be easy for many people to identify. Below we are a list of things you could for to help you identify your DNA results are authentic.
1. Make sure your DNA results have the laboratory’s address and contact information. If the contact details are available and you are uncertain the results may be fake contact the lab and ask if they performed your DNA test.
2. Make sure your results have a case number that you can provide the lab for easy retrieval.
3. Only AABB accredited laboratories are recognized by Family Courts and USCIS agencies. Make sure the DNA testing company you use their partner lab has an AABB (American Association of Blood Banks) accreditation.
4. The conclusion portion of paternity DNA test results should read for an inclusion “cannot be excluded” if the alleged father is the biological father of a child. When there is an exclusion, it reads “is excluded” as the biological father of a child.
If your results read that the alleged father is a 100% percent accurate and does not have one the terms listed above. The result you received more than likely is not authentic. Remember, A DNA test results cannot be 100% percent accurate because laboratories who perform DNA testing do not have access to all 7 billion people on the planet to make such a definitive claim.
.In conclusion, it is important to make sure that any DNA test results you receive are authentic and not a fake. To do this, it is important to check for the lab’s address and contact information, make sure there is a case number, and look for the inclusion or exclusion of the alleged father. If the results do not have these or read as 100% accurate, then it is likely not authentic document.
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