WASHINGTON — The Financial Services Roundtable is launching an advertising campaign accusing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau of potentially spreading misinformation through the agency's online complaint database.

The CFPB proposed a plan last month to expand its complaint portal to allow consumers to share a "narrative" of specific disputes with financial institutions. But the industry immediately criticized the move, saying it could result in the publication of unsubstantiated claims against banks.

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