In an effort to increase the efficiency and transparency of the credit card market, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will make available to the public the “individual-level consumer complaint data” it receives, according to a press release from the bureau. Although no personally-identifiable information will be available on the database, the bureau hopes to add similar data on other products, including “mortgages, student and other consumer loans, and other bank products (such as checking and savings accounts),” once the database progresses from its beta stage, the release said.