DNA Ancestry Reports

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I had my DNA tested by Ancestry.com a few years back, hover, I have lost the data.  Does anyone know how to recover the reports from Ancestry.com, I have tried to contact without any results and I no longer belong.

in WikiTree Help by Douglas Duggar G2G3 (3.9k points)
When did you test with them? If it was back in the days when they did Y-DNA testing then you cannot recover the results. If is was an autosomal test then contact them and ask for help to access it.

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You should probably still be able to get to it, it's just a big IF and cumbersome. If you have your username and password for your old account, you don't have to rejoin to see it. If you don't have UN & PW, just ask them for a reset.

Once you get log in, your data should still be on the website. They've actually done some great things with integrating data and historic tests, so you can get a bit of an updated analysis on migration, etc., if more has been learned about any folks that you entered, or if enough evidence has been linked to markers that you carry.

Good luck. Let us know how it goes!
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