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Protect Yourself

Who Has Your Information? Video

Who Has Your Information?

Every day you take advantage of all kinds of services mobile, social media, free internet search and more. When you use these services, you're sharing information about yourself. With friends, With businesses, While you're out and about, While you're at home. That information is shared and sold.

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Consumer Alerts

The Attorney General provides Consumer Alerts to inform the public of unfair, misleading, or deceptive business practices, and to provide information and guidance on other issues of concern.

Consumer Alerts are not legal advice, legal authority, or a binding legal opinion from the Department of Attorney General.

Consumer Laws

Consumer laws protect our Michigan residents when they buy things. These laws make sure that products and services are fair and safe for everyone. If something goes wrong with a purchase, these laws help you know what you can do to make it right.

Consumer Safety

Your safety as a consumer matters. Here we'll delve into product safety measures, keep you updated on recent recalls, and guide you on the steps to file a complaint. 

Renters' Rights

When you’re renting, think of signing a lease like making a promise. This applies whether you are the tenant or landlord. This means you have certain things you must do and look after. With it also comes certain rights and protections as part of the deal.