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  • kilvurra
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    My Batch 1029 kit's preliminary results came in on March 31.

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  • Tenn4ever
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    Well, at least the expected date has been updated to 04/06/2020 - 04/20/2020.

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  • Tenn4ever
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    Originally posted by Kohlehydrat View Post
    11 (eleven) months later (ordered on april 28, 2019) the big-Y results finally came in. and let me tell you: the lab actually had 4 samples to work with.
    This is scary. My cousin's results are four months now (batched Dec 1, 2019). They requested new samples five weeks ago . I chatted with them last Friday and they said 6 - 10 more weeks but his expected date on his order page still says 03/23 so I think it should be updated.

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  • Kohlehydrat
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    11 (eleven) months later (ordered on april 28, 2019) the big-Y results finally came in. and let me tell you: the lab actually had 4 samples to work with.

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  • MasonX
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    Big Y Batch 999 finally came in today after almost 5.5 months

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  • gattaca
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    Big-Y 700, batch 1044, completed on 11th February 2020

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  • Ivar Kristensen
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    Batch 1039 (Dec 16, 2019) upgraded from Y-111 to BigY700. Received my results yesterday, 8. Feb.

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  • D F Ervin
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    Batch 1040 (Dec 18, 2019) upgraded from BigY500 to BigY700 - results received this morning. Feb-08, 2020.

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  • KATM
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    Originally posted by Tenn4ever View Post

    Congratulations on getting your results.
    I hope you will get your tester's results in very soon!

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  • Tenn4ever
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    Originally posted by KATM View Post
    Tenn4ever:
    This was an upgrade from Big Y-500. I had contacted Customer Support before ordering the upgrade to Big Y-700, because I was not sure there was a sufficient sample left to do the test. I got a reply from a Big Y specialist, who told me there were two vials from 2013that were unused and in storage (extra vials I had ordered at that time, attempting to have enough for future testing), PLUS his two original vials from 2012 (transferred from National Geographic, GENO 2.0), one of which seemed to look unused! In addition to using the original vials for the Geno 2.0 test, his tests at FTDNA after that were:
    • 2013 - Y-DNA 67
    • 2013 - mtDNA Full Sequence
    • 2013 - one SNP test
    • 2014 - upgrade to Y-DNA 111
    • 2015 - SNP pack
    • 2017 - Big Y 2.0
    There was an "upgrade" to Big Y-500 in mid-2018, which was apparently done for free at the time (adding the STR markers from 112-550, which were already tested in the earlier Big Y test).

    The Big Y specialist did say that they couldn't guarantee they would be able to produce results for the Big Y-700 test, because they wouldn't know the quality of any of the samples until they tested them, but there was plenty of quantity to use. I was amazed that it seemed that all the above tests had apparently been done using the sample from one vial. I had expected that there might only be one of the extra vials, maybe both, left in storage that might be usable. These vials are from an elderly male in his mid-80s, who died in 2014. He had also given a DNA saliva sample for 23andMe late in 2012, the results of which were transferred to FTDNA for Family Finder in early 2013.
    Congratulations on getting your results.

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  • Frasse
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    good new that it seems that 1033 starts to move.

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  • KATM
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    Tenn4ever:
    This was an upgrade from Big Y-500. I had contacted Customer Support before ordering the upgrade to Big Y-700, because I was not sure there was a sufficient sample left to do the test. I got a reply from a Big Y specialist, who told me there were two vials from 2013that were unused and in storage (extra vials I had ordered at that time, attempting to have enough for future testing), PLUS his two original vials from 2012 (transferred from National Geographic, GENO 2.0), one of which seemed to look unused! In addition to using the original vials for the Geno 2.0 test, his tests at FTDNA after that were:
    • 2013 - Y-DNA 67
    • 2013 - mtDNA Full Sequence
    • 2013 - one SNP test
    • 2014 - upgrade to Y-DNA 111
    • 2015 - SNP pack
    • 2017 - Big Y 2.0
    There was an "upgrade" to Big Y-500 in mid-2018, which was apparently done for free at the time (adding the STR markers from 112-550, which were already tested in the earlier Big Y test).

    The Big Y specialist did say that they couldn't guarantee they would be able to produce results for the Big Y-700 test, because they wouldn't know the quality of any of the samples until they tested them, but there was plenty of quantity to use. I was amazed that it seemed that all the above tests had apparently been done using the sample from one vial. I had expected that there might only be one of the extra vials, maybe both, left in storage that might be usable. These vials are from an elderly male in his mid-80s, who died in 2014. He had also given a DNA saliva sample for 23andMe late in 2012, the results of which were transferred to FTDNA for Family Finder in early 2013.

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  • Tenn4ever
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    Originally posted by KATM View Post
    The kit I had in batch 1033 had Big Y-700 results come in today. I was notified by email from FTDNA this morning. This is about two and a half weeks before the early end of the estimated results date range.
    KATM, what did you upgrade from? How many tests have you had done on the sample?

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  • KATM
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    The kit I had in batch 1033 had Big Y-700 results come in today. I was notified by email from FTDNA this morning. This is about two and a half weeks before the early end of the estimated results date range.

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  • MasonX
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    Originally posted by Tenn4ever View Post
    • Five months seems extreme. Have you checked for why the long delay? If so, what have you been told?
    Contacted them several times. Supposedly it's in manual review and analysis before the results are posted. Just emailed them again to see how long it has been in manual review.

    Usually you do that afterwards, up to 30 days.

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