On Friday, the CFPB announced that it had expanded its public Consumer Complaint Database to include complaints about credit reporting and money transfers. Simultaneously, the CFPB announced that complaints in its public database are searchable by state.

The CFPB uses complaints its receives to prioritize and prepare for investigations and examinations. The public database now

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