On October 27, the CFPB released its Monthly Complaint Report focusing on credit card complaints. The CFPB has received over 79,000 credit card-related complaints since it began receiving those complaints in July 2011. According to the report, consumer complaint issues specific to credit cards include: (i) confusion over how late fees are assessed; (ii) confusion about how to dispute inaccuracies in billing statements; (iii) accounts being closed without consent; and (iv) inability to allocate payments as consumers desire. The report also notes that, as of October 1, the CFPB has handled about 726,000 complaints across all product lines since it started receiving complaints.