"I have an uncle that was put up for adoption. He contacted my grandma and she thought he was going to extort her (they’re well off). Turns out he’s a multi, multi-millionaire on his own.
They still have limited contact, though my dad has reached out and formed a relationship. Apparently, they look exactly alike and have the same personality"
If you read the fine print on geneology tests it days "For entertainment purposes only," and if you pay for two of them you'll get two different results.
Father had a hook up in college, the young lady being at a Catholic college, dropped out to bring the baby to term, which was given up for adoption (the 60's). My (half) nephew reached out to us to try to talk about his mother (my half-sister) that had suicided from a rough life in the foster system and then drugs.... The tests are not ruining lives, sh#tty people are ruining lives (father included (wear a raincoat for f@#ks sake)).