The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today announced that it has again expanded the scope and functionality of its Consumer Complaint Database as part of an ongoing effort to increase transparency within the consumer financial services market (see our March 28, 2013, blog post for more information), according to a press release from the bureau. The database, which in March "expanded from more than 19,000 credit card complaints to nearly 90,000 complaints on credit cards, mortgages, student loans, bank accounts and services, and other consumer loans, like auto loans," now also includes complaints about money transfers and credit reporting. In addition, every complaint now lists the state it came from so that people can "more easily localize data." For more, read the full press release.