A report recently released by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) found that accuracy issues are the top consumer complaint about the credit reporting industry. As a result, the bureau is calling on the biggest credit reporting agencies to "make credit scores and related content freely available to their consumers." The top three concerns are incorrect information on a credit report, frustration with the credit reporting company's investigation and difficulty obtaining a credit report or score. The CFPB also published a supervisory bulletin "warning companies that provide information to credit reporting agencies not to avoid investigating consumer disputes." For more, read the full news release.