Ever wondered where your ancestors came from? Putting together a family tree? Then you’ve got to check out an Ancestry free trial.
It can be a fascinating and rewarding project to trace the heritage of your family, and using the internet makes the process a lot easier than searching through microfilm in your city archives. Ancestry has access to billions of documents from around the world, all categorised and searchable at the click of a button. It also provides a DNA analysis service, letting you trace your DNA and learn more about your heritage.
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- Try before you buy. Get 14 days free access.
- Full access to worldwide records. This includes births, marriages and deaths
- DNA tests available. Determine your heritage by comparing DNA records.
- Cost. Some users have complained about the monthly fees.
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How does Ancestry shipping and delivery work?
Most of Ancestry.com.au is an entirely online service, so there is no need for anything to be shipped or delivered. The only product that requires shipping is the DNA test. For this, after your order a home kit that is sent to your address, you simply fill out your details and provide a saliva sample, which will then be shipped, using prepaid postage, to a laboratory. When your results are ready you can view them online.
What forms of payment does Ancestry accept?
- American Express
What is the Ancestry returns policy?
Ancestry is a subscription service which you can cancel at any time. For example, if you have signed on for a month subscription and you don’t wish to renew, simply go to the ‘My account’ section of the Ancestry website. DNA kit orders can be cancelled within 14 days, but after this time has lapsed they cannot be cancelled or refunded.