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New Michigan.gov Website for Unclaimed Property Boosts User Experience

Recently, Arab American News published a story regarding the new Michigan Unclaimed Property website. The website has been updated to be more user friendly.

The website allows users to claim property, check claim status, and submit a holder report.

Read the full article on Arab American News.

“The Michigan Department of Treasury announced the new Michigan Unclaimed Property website on Oct. 1.

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Screen shot of the banner on Michigan.gov’s Unclaimed Property website.

Business claimants had been required to file paper claims and documentation through the U.S. Postal Service, but can now upload them directly to Michigan Unclaimed Property.

“The new website is a significant upgrade to the property claimant’s experience,” said Deputy State Treasurer Ann Good, who oversees Treasury’s financial and administrative service programs. “This is a major step forward in Treasury’s effort to go paperless while offering streamlined and efficient services to taxpayers.”

Michigan Unclaimed Property returned $400 million to owners and heirs in the last four years, which includes $90 million in the last year.

The new Michigan Unclaimed Property website is available at www.michigan.gov/unclaimedproperty.”

User Experience, commonly abbreviated as UX, is a term that website designers and digital marketers use to describe the experience or journey a person (user) has when using a website. Usually the goal is to increase engagement with the user in a pleasing way. (Read User Experience Design: Make Website Visitors Feel Something)

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