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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opens database to public

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to hear back from consumers. The bureau has opened its database of more than 90,000 complaints to the public for the first time.

The database covers hundreds of companies that provide various financial services like bank and student loans, credit cards, mortgages.

Analysts say the information will help consumers make better decisions about banks they do business with. The Bureau plans to expand the complaint categories in the near future.

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