WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has hit its stride on consumer complaints.

In the past week, the bureau has begun taking complaints in two major consumer markets — deposit accounts and student loans — and has quietly begun beta testing to integrate complaints on auto loans and other consumer installment loans.

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