On November 24, the CFPB released its monthly complaint report, which focuses on bank account and service complaints. According to the report, the most commonly reported bank account or service complaints include (i) problems opening and managing an account; (ii) difficulties disputing transactions; and (iii) issues with depositing and withdrawing funds. Nationwide, the CFPB identified debt collection as the most-complained-about financial product or service, representing about 28% of complaints submitted. According to the report, complaints about prepaid products rose 193%, while payday loan complaints showed the greatest decrease. The report also identifies the most-complained-about companies. The CFPB acknowledged that Idaho showed the greatest increase in complaint volume and placed Connecticut in its geographic spotlight, noting that as of November 1, 2015, Connecticut consumers submitted more than 8,000 complaints, with mortgage-related complaints taking the lead.