Numerous families across the country who used the SneakPeek test, only to discover that their test results were incorrect, can attest that SneakPeek’s accuracy may be far closer to a coin flip than the 99% advertised by Gateway Genomics. Let me say, the test was a lot harder than I thought it would be. By filing the gender identification kit class action lawsuit, Main seeks to represent a Class of all consumers in the United States who purchased the SneakPeek Early Gender Test. The genetic test gives you the first step to connect with your baby before you are able to see the exciting clear images from your ultrasound scans. 1 In our most recent large-scale study, SneakPeek accurately determined fetal sex in 99.9% of 1,029 pregnant women between 7-37 weeks gestational age. SneakPeek® is a DNA-based blood test that can tell you whether you’re having a boy or a girl from as early as 8 weeks into your pregnancy. SneakPeek is the most accurate early gender DNA test on the market. SneakPeek accuracy, sensitivity and specificity were each 100% for fetal sex identification. Scrubbed everything. Is anyone else considering doing the Sneak Peek gender test? All right reserved. @alaynagswizzle found out early with us that she's expecting a # SneakPeekBaby GIRL! The SneakPeek class action lawsuit was filed by plaintiff Kristine Main in December 2015.