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  • mattm
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    AWAITING TESTS

    Family Finder AncientOrigins 1032
    Family Finder ChromosomeBrowser 1032
    Family Finder FamilyFinder 1032 12/23/2019 - 01/06/2020
    Initial posting.

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  • mdn
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    Originally posted by mdn View Post
    Also matches are ready last night
    Incorrect. It was just a partial matches, some important matches were missing. So it fully finished 1 day later.

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  • mdn
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    Originally posted by mdn View Post
    And last night - 1014
    I forgot to check it - as there was no any message.
    Also matches are ready last night, "myOrigins" does not work yet, says it will work in 24-72 hours.
    Matches are enough for me, so there will no be update in this topic.

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  • mdn
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    Originally posted by mdn View Post
    Batched today 1013.
    Results are received 5 hours ago.

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  • mdn
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    Seems this topic is not editable. Awaiting Tests

    Family Finder AncientOrigins 1014
    Family Finder ChromosomeBrowser 1014
    Family Finder FamilyFinder 1014 11/13/2019 - 11/27/2019
    And Awaiting Tests

    Family Finder AncientOrigins 1013
    Family Finder ChromosomeBrowser 1013
    Family Finder FamilyFinder 1013 11/11/2019 - 11/25/2019

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  • mdn
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    And last night - 1014.
    Family Finder Batched 10/23/2019 1014

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  • mdn
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    Batched today 1013.
    Family Finder Batched 10/21/2019 1013

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  • canadienne
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    Originally posted by canadienne View Post
    Batch 1010 opened yesterday. Anyone else?
    I hope the batch closed 10 days test process. I do many tests for my family member all of tests batches closed like 30-40 days.

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  • canadienne
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    Batch 1010 opened yesterday. Anyone else?

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  • Anass
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    Pending batch #1003
    Family Finder Ordered 04/24/2019 1003
    Family Finder Batched 09/16/2019 1003

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  • -tess-
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    Family Finder Batched 07/31/2019 989
    Family Finder Completed 08/15/2019 989

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  • CardiffLady
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    Originally posted by -tess- View Post

    For "partially" I meant no matches list and no raw dna file.
    (I got those later, so the problem is solved)
    Ahhh thanks for your reply - all this is new to me. Having had my first kit done 3 years ago, I never even knew there was a forum... I am learning all the time.

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  • -tess-
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    Originally posted by CardiffLady View Post
    @ -tess-
    Excuse my ignorance - "partially ready"? What does that mean - either it is ready or it isn't?



    Sorry it won't let me use the quotes.
    For "partially" I meant no matches list and no raw dna file.
    (I got those later, so the problem is solved)

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  • KATM
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    Yes, your three year old sample can most certainly be used. Two points:
    1. FTDNA will hold a sample for 25 years, in case the customer wishes to do more tests. But there is no guarantee that the sample will be usable for that long.
    2. Depending upon the quality of the original sample, further tests may be done. If the sample is insufficient or poor in any way, there may not be enough DNA to perform further tests. In my opinion, this is more of a problem with testing men, because while women can only do the Family Finder (FF) and mtDNA tests, men can do both of those, plus extensive Y-DNA testing (if desired). In that case, sometimes there isn't enough good DNA sample left to perform multiple tests, and a new sample is required. Women usually have enough DNA in the original sample to do FF and mtDNA tests without problems, if the sample was collected correctly.
    Last edited by KATM; 16th May 2019, 09:51 AM.

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  • CardiffLady
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    Originally posted by KATM View Post

    If you have an existing sample at FTDNA, they can usually use it for further testing. So, if you had done an mtDNA test, FTDNA already had your sample and would do the Family Finder test with it (their atDNA or autosomal test, which you wrote as ftDNA). There may be a backlog of kits from recent sales, which may delay your results.
    Ahh so realistically the 3 year old sample can be used for this new test - I didn't know this. I just expected a similar time frame from beginning to end about 10 weeks, I was just surprised a kit wasn't posted out to me. Whew that'll save a few weeks posting to me, then waiting a few weeks of posting back (I live in the UK). So I can knock about 4 weeks off the timescale.

    Thanks KATM for your reply.

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