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  • Jim Barrett
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    Originally posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    I agree: Having money is good. What if $79 is a big deal for someone?
    It will be on sale for Father's Day.

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  • prairielad
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    Originally posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    I agree: Having money is good. What if $79 is a big deal for someone?
    FTDNA does not accept, so then one will have to forgo usage of the FTDNA database, there is always Gedmatch.....

    I imagine if FTDNA starts noticing imputed/altered tests, they will discontinue their autosomal transfers.

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  • DRNewcomb
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    Originally posted by Jim Barrett View Post
    I agree: Having money is good. What if $79 is a big deal for someone?

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  • Jim Barrett
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    For my opinion see http://forums.familytreedna.com/show...331#post452331

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  • DRNewcomb
    started a topic Transfer data from "Genes for Good"?

    Transfer data from "Genes for Good"?

    I searched for an answer to this but didn't find it. Suppose someone participates in UMICH's "Genes for Good" project and downloads their data file. I understand the GEDmatch can upload and use that file but FTDNA does not list "Genes for Good" as being transferable. Can the file be uploaded? Is there a way to convert their file to look like a supported format? Just curious.
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