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Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services Launches New Website to Modernize and Improve User Experience
April 25, 2022
Media Contact: Laura Hall, 517-290-3779, DIFSemail@example.com
Consumer Hotline: 877-999-6442, Michigan.gov/DIFScomplaints
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 25, 2022
(LANSING, MICH) The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) is unveiling a new website, furthering the State of Michigan’s efforts to provide easy-to-access and convenient government services online. DIFS’ new site, available at Michigan.gov/DIFS, features modern technology and an updated layout for all webpages.
“The department is committed to providing exceptional service to all Michiganders, including consumers and licensees in the insurance and financial services industries, and the new website is just one way we are working to enhance the information, resources, and services we offer,” said DIFS Director Anita Fox. “The new website will continue to provide resources and assistance to consumers and licensees with easier navigation and an updated look.”
In addition to design updates, the new website’s layout and updated search function will make commonly accessed information easier to find. DIFS’ new website is part of the statewide website modernization project, and a list of all State of Michigan updated websites is available online.
Consumers or licensees that need assistance navigating the new website are encouraged to call DIFS Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 877-999-6442 or email their questions to DIFSInfo@michigan.gov.
The mission of the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services is to ensure access to safe and secure insurance and financial services fundamental for the opportunity, security, and success of Michigan residents, while fostering economic growth and sustainability in both industries. In addition, the Department provides consumer protection, outreach, and financial literacy and education services to Michigan residents.
For more information, visit Michigan.gov/DIFS or follow the Department on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.