Journey Genetic Testing’s Privacy Policy

privacy policy, what happens to my dnaCollection of your personal information is limited to what is needed for the specific and identified purposes of DNA relationship testing. We do not, and will not, use your information for  any other purposes. Your personal information, and results,  are deleted from our system thirty (30) days after results are electronically delivered.

Our company’s privacy policy does not provide your DNA profile to any private or government database for research, marketing, storage, or any other use. We do not provide information from the DNA testing that is performed that can be used by companies performing “ancestry” testing services which could result in the identification of individuals who may or may not be related to you.

Journey Genetic Testing is dedicated to your privacy and security and will not disclose information to anyone other than the purchasing party, an affiliate laboratory, or private specimen collector for legal testing. We will not sell information to other companies or organizations under any circumstances. We collect only the information you provide to us, and we use the information you enter on our website, provide by telephone, or include by email strictly to provide you with the services you request in the manner in which you request them. Every appropriate step will be taken to make certain the personal information in our records is accurate. Appropriate physical, technical, and organizational measures will be undertaken to protect your personal information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, alteration, and destruction. We utilize the most advanced technologies available to protect you and your financial transactions.

We release account and other personal information only when we believe release is appropriate to comply with our Terms and Conditions of Use, or protect the rights, financial or other interest, property, reputation, or safety of Journey Genetic Testing, LLC. This includes exchanging information with other companies to prevent and protect against fraud, including the fraudulent use of payment methods.