The CFPB announced yesterday that it is now accepting complaints about money transfers.  Last week, the CFPB announced it had expanded its public Consumer Complaint Database to include complaints about mortgages, bank deposit products and services, student loans, and other consumer loans (which category includes complaints about auto loans and leases). The database was previously limited to credit card complaints. 

In its press release announcing the database expansion, the CFPB indicated that when it begins taking complaints about additional  financial products and services, it would add them to the public database.  That means complaints about money transfers can be expected to soon find their way into the database.