The concept of infidelity testing is nothing new to the world of cheating. There are many ways to test for cheating, ranging from simple swab samples to more sophisticated forensic testing. However, for many people, the most effective method is the simplest – testing for actual DNA samples.
While there’s no such thing as a perfect test for cheating, there is such a thing as DNA testing services for infidelity. DNA testing for infidelity is a form of DNA evidence used to test for the suspicion of infidelity and to prove that one person is the other’s spouse. DNA testing for infidelity is particularly useful for those who want to keep their spouses or lovers from straying and for those who need to prove that the person they suspect has cheated is, indeed, their spouse or lover.
How does an infidelity DNA test work?
If you are considering utilizing an infidelity test to help answer your suspicions that your spouse may have cheated or not. An infidelity DNA test allows you to utilize a stained garment like underwear, a toothbrush, or a hair follicle sample just to name a few to be compared and analyzed with a reference sample like a cotton buccal swab.
Here’s How The Process Works:
- First, you will need to acquire a sample that has the stain in question.
- Next, contact our office at 888-204-0583 to order your home Infidelity DNA test kit.
- Once you receive your Home DNA test kit. Read and follow the instructions on how to collect your own samples. Place your buccal swab reference samples and the forensic samples into your prepaid return shipping envelope. Then drop off the envelope to return back to the lab for testing.
4. On the day on which the lab receives your genetic samples. Please allow 3-5 working days for your results to be completed.
- Upon completion of your results, a copy of your results will be emailed to you and a copy will be physically mailed out to your home.
What are the most common items used for an Infidelity Test?
Here is a list of the most common items used.
- undergarments (panties or boxers)
- hair follicle samples can be used but the hair samples must have the root. The white spec at the end of the hair follicle.
- Stain on clothing (a shirt or pants)