Have you found an article of clothing with a suspicious stain such as an undergarment or other object?
Statistically, aprrpoximately 60% of husbands and 40% of wives will have an affair at some point in their marriage or relationship.
DNA testing typically provides a conclusive way to find out if someone is cheating on you. We are able to confirm or deny the presence of male and/or female DNA on suspicious items such as undergarments, sheets, clothing, condoms and so on. Once we have confirmed that the item does contain DNA we can run a powerful DNA comparative analyses to identify the DNA source (was it yours or someone elses).
The DNA testing we do is accurate, reliable, and strictly confidential. Get the peace of mind you need to take the next step in your life. Call us now to speak confidentially with a trained DNA testing case manager to discuss your suspected infidelity issue.
IF YOU HAVE FOUND A SUSPICIOUS ITEM PLEASE DO THE FOLLOWING:
Sample Collection Procedure
- It is very important not to store the sample in a plastic bag.
- Allow the sample to dry naturally.
- Always mail the sample in a paper envelope by overnight courier when possible or just bring the samples into one of our locations.
- If the stain to be tested is not obvious or is contained within a small area, circle the specimen in question with a marker or tape to ensure we know what you want tested.
Please call for an appointment we don’t accept walk -ins for this kind of service.
THIS IS HOW THE TESTING WORKS
First you need to submit articles of clothing or other items thought to contain genetic or biological material to us. These articles are then tested by the laboratory to determine whether genetic or biological material is present such as semen. We can also confirm other biological materials such as Saliva and Blood if that is the only test needed or in addition to DNA testing. Should the submitted item test positive for the presence of genetic or biological material, a DNA Detection is then performed. You may also bypass that testing process and just perform a DNA Detection. If the article is found to have more than one set of DNA sample then a Differential Extraction Test may be required and will cost more. This part of the testing process separates each set of DNA cells found in order to do the comparison test to complete the test. Once we have a DNA profile we move to the next step the DNA comparison. NOTE: All samples submitted will be cut up into small pieces in order for us to test. Article may not be return to you in the same condition you brought it in. There will be an additional fee for return items if the item is required.
If DNA is found in the article you brought to us, a complete profile of that individual will be made. In order for the identification to be made as to who’s DNA it is or isn’t we will require a DNA sample to be submitted by either the spouse to rule him/her out or of the suspected person. The sample may be submitted as a simple buccal swab or other items such as hair, cigarette butts, toothbrush, toothpicks and so on.