WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Monday that it is accepting consumer complaints on prepaid cards and other nonbank products such as credit repair services and pawnshop loans.

The significant expansion of its complaint portal comes as the agency is expected to propose regulations on prepaid cards and after it received pushback from the industry last week for proposing to publicize more details of complaints. The CFPB said it would take complaints on prepaid cards including gift cards, reloadable cards and benefit cards. It will also now accept complaints on credit repair and debt settlement services as well as pawnshop and title loans.

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