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Old 9th April 2018, 11:34 AM
Miamio Miamio is offline
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My Origins alone is not enough

I tested with FTDNA and was not happy with My Origins results.After downloading to a few other companies with deeper results,I highly recommmend that everyone also do this.Do not accept one result as
Written in stone.Leading to Ged Match and Genesis was the best move I ever made. The others I used were Dnaland,My Heritage,GenCove and
GenePlaza.
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Old 10th April 2018, 09:34 PM
PhillipHemphill PhillipHemphill is offline
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I agree that you shouldn't accept one result as written in stone. However, keep in mind that the calculators at GEDMATCH are pretty outdated. I personally found these free algorithm sites like dnaland, gencove, and geneplaza to be very inaccurate
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