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What do Same Day DNA results actually mean?
At AlphaBiolabs we pride ourselves on providing the fastest, most accurate DNA testing. Our efficient DNA testing services, which offer results the next working day, won us a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation. We can also provide Same Day results. But what does this mean in reality?
The process is very simple. Our Peace of Mind DNA testing kits can be bought online or picked up from local Home Bargains stores. Full instructions are included on how to take your own DNA samples.
As soon as we receive your DNA samples at our laboratory in Warrington, we will begin the testing service. To ensure no delays to receiving your samples, we advise that you check the correct postage at a Post Office. One 1st Class stamp will not suffice. You also have the option to pay for a faster or tracked service.
If speed is of the essence you have the option to upgrade to Same Day results for an extra £70. To ensure Same Day Results, your DNA samples need to reach our laboratory before 10 am. For this reason, we strongly advise that you use the Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed® by 9 am service. Your DNA results will then be emailed to you from 4.30 pm the same day.
If you select to receive Next Day Results, your DNA samples still need to reach our laboratory by 10 am. However, your DNA results will then be emailed to you from 4.30 pm the following day.
More information can be found on our Learning Centre.
If you have any queries or need further information on any of our DNA testing services, please call Customer Services on 0333 600 1300 (+44 1925 255 450) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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