On March 29, the CFPB released its most recent complaint report focusing on complaints related to debt collection. According to the report, as of March 1, 2016, consumers have submitted approximately 834,400 complaints across all products, with debt collection complaints accounting for approximately 219,200 of the complaints. Debt collection complaints highlighted in the report include, but are not limited to: (i) first- and third-party debt collectors attempting to collect on debts that consumers claim they do not owe; (ii) consumers repeatedly receiving calls from debt collectors, sometimes early in their delinquency or during grace periods; (iii) consumers being contacted while at work, with some alleging that collectors made in-person visits to their workplace; (iv) debt collectors not honoring consumers’ requests to cease communications; and (v) debt collectors failing to provide sufficient information to verify debts. Similar to past CFPB-issued complaint snapshots, the report identifies the top 10 most-complained-about companies in regards to all financial products, as well as the top 20 most-complained-about companies for debt collection. Finally, the report identifies Florida as its geographical spotlight, noting that (i) Florida consumers have submitted more than 80,000 complaints as of March 1, 2016; (ii) mortgage-related complaints account for 30% of complaints received from Florida, exceeding the national average by 4%; and (iii) at 24%, debt collection-related complaints submitted by Florida consumers are 2% less than the national average.