Why you should apply
Any females between the ages of 18 and 35 and any males between the ages of 18 and 39 should consider applying as a donor. Although recipients tend to focus on physical characteristics and academic achievement, sometimes the most important factor is that the donor looks similar to the recipients.
For example a couple may have red hair with green eyes and want their child to have similar features. It could be based on dimples or freckles. The recipients want to tell their social circle, “This is our child.”
Because the criteria range vastly, we recommend that everyone at least register for the opportunity. If selected, donors will be compensated a minimum of $500,000 directly from the recipients.
How It Works
Prospective donors submit information through the online application.
After a deposit, proof of funds of at least $750,000, and verification of government issued identification, recipients will have access to the database (see “Database” for a sample record).
If you are selected as a potential match, the Purenetics staff will require further information as part of the verification process. Information may include, but will not be limited to, educational transcripts, medical records, background checks, and a DNA analysis. Purenetics will cover the cost of any expenses associated with the verification process.
If there is a match, Purenetics will coordinate all of the legal documents. The donor will not incur any expenses.
The recipient will coordinate the egg or sperm donation process with a fertility clinic. The fertility clinic will administer further tests. If the donor passes the screenings which involves medical and psychological exams, the fertility clinic will begin the egg or sperm retrieval process.
After a successful retrieval of the eggs or sperm, the donor will receive the $500,000 compensation. The donor does not have to wait for the delivery of the baby.
General Public Qualified Clients
The general public does not have access to any information submitted by prospective donors. Only Qualified Clients will have access to the database. The database will NOT reveal the first name, last name, contact information, or full date of birth. Purenetics will only release this information with your consent.
Qualified Clients will have access to the database only after submitting the following to Purenetics:
• Confidentiality Agreement
• Identification Verification
• Contact Information Verification
• Proof of Funds Over $750,000
• $10,000 Deposit
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can donate eggs?
Purenetics will only consider applications from women between the ages of 18 to 35. Studies show there are higher incidences of genetic and fertility issues associated with older women.
Who can donate sperm?
Purenetics will only consider applications from men between the ages of 18 to 39.
How much is the application fee?
The application processing fee is $5.99. Purenetics is a unique service, which only works with elite recipients, which allows the donors the opportunity to make $500,000. Because Purenetics has one of the largest audiences about its program and one of the fastest growing databases, the fee allows us to verify the authenticity of the applicant.
What is the donation process?
If the donor is selected by a screened Purenetics client, Purenetics will coordinate all legal contracts. Purenetics may ask the donor to provide additional information including, but not restricted to educational institution transcripts, medical records, and DNA tests. The client will coordinate the donation process through the operations of a fertility clinic. The fertility clinic will most likely administer further psychological and medical evaluations.
Egg donors will have to go through a more complex process than sperm donors. Egg donors will have to take a series of fertility drugs to stimulate the ovaries for multiple egg production. Transplanting the eggs from the donor’s ovaries requires a minor surgical procedure. Donors are typically allowed to go home the same day.
Are there any legal or travel costs that need to be expended by the donor?
No. The client will be responsible for all of the costs associated with the donation process.
Will the client know my identity or have to meet me?
This will be a negotiated term. For the preliminary screening, the donors’ last names and contact information will remain anonymous.