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Best DNA ancestry testing kits, who did you pick?

CNET recently came out with the Best list of DNA ancestry testing kits here:

And for those who have personally tried any of these testing kits, I want to know from your experience were they any good and where you happy with the results? Have you tried more than one test kits from different companies? Where the results different?

If the DNA test kit that you used didn't make CNET's best list, let us know who you used and tell us about your experience with them and what they offer.

Sound off and share your personal experience with these different DNA test kits, so people who are contemplating on which DNA company to use, they can make a better informed decision on who pick. Thank you in advance!


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I've been thinking about these so-called "DNA and ancestry tests" and the result you would get. Not sure if it's just me or they are not giving the actual results. I get the idea that they give people mixed results to just further prove the point that we all came from Africa or we are all the same and so on.

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Thank for sharing your opinion

I'm curious as to why you would call it "lies"?

Given that label for these companies, have you personally tried it? And/or tried different companies to compare the results?

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