WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiled a new pilot program on Wednesday designed to allow consumers the ability to electronically review and file mortgage closing documents.

The agency simultaneously released guidelines for how lenders could participate in the program, dubbed eClosings, saying it could help consumers who have complained closing documents are too complex and they don't have enough time to review them.

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