Identigene Official DNA Laboratory for Rickey Smiley Morning Show

Identigene is now the exclusive DNA paternity testing laboratory for the Rickey Smiley Morning Show Paternity Test Tuesdays (www.rickeysmileymorningshow.com).   All DNA paternity tests performed for Paternity Test Tuesdays will qualify as legal (court admissible) because Identigene will arrange to have the DNA collection witnessed by a third party.

Rickey Smiley listeners apply online for a free DNA paternity test via the official Rickey Smiley Morning Show website (http://92q.upickem.net/engine/YourSubmission.aspx?contestid=36469). Applicants must confirm they are 18 years or older and submit their paternity story. If chosen, Identigene will arrange for a legal DNA paternity test and the results will be aired on the radio show. The results are 100% accurate and court admissible. Currently, Rickey Smiley Morning Show Paternity Test Tuesday is aired on 55 radio affiliates across the United States on Tuesday mornings.

“We are proud to be the exclusive DNA laboratory behind Rickey Smiley’s Paternity Test Tuesdays”, commented Steve Smith, executive director at Identigene. “The Rickey Smiley show has earned a strong following.  We are also impressed with Rickey Smiley’s personal commitment to fatherhood and the social responsibilities associated with being a father,” Smith added.

Identigene says the Rickey Smiley show is part of an effort to educate Americans that DNA paternity testing is now available at drugstore chains and supercenters nationwide.  Smith said, “Identigene is committed to making DNA paternity testing accessible and affordable for everyone.  With 100% accurate testing and confidential results in just two business days—we want people to know how easy it is to have certainty about paternity.”

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  1. I took a DNA test in 2009/2010 and never got the results and wanted to know who did you use back then so that I may get the results

    • Sherhonda,
      Are you wanting to know who Rickey Smiley used as a laboratory in 2009 and 2010? If so, I can see if I can get a contact name and email for you. Just let us know if we understand the question. Thanks!