Inactive Family Member has entered a DNA test on a 1600s ancestor [closed]

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This ancient profile has been inadvertently DNA hijacked by a Family Member status contributor with only 6 contributions on a single day from two years ago.

Is there a fix for this, if the person does not respond to my note to repair it? I hope this sort of human error is no longer possible in the DNA reporting system.
WikiTree profile: Dionijs Teunissen
closed with the note: problem fixed by sysop
in WikiTree Tech by Steven Mix G2G6 Mach 4 (41.2k points)
closed by Steven Mix
Maybe they exhumed and tested.  Maybe.

2 Answers

+7 votes
 
Best answer
It's fixed now.
by Eowyn Walker G2G Astronaut (1.6m points)
selected by Mags Gaulden
+5 votes
Steven, You're a profile manager for this profile. Can't you remove the test information on the profile?
by Kay Wilson G2G6 Pilot (179k points)
It's good now.

Eowyn's removal of the test does not show up in the Changes page, so it seems that such a thing is out of the hands of a profile manager.

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