A report released Thursday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau highlights illegal actions the agency has uncovered from overseeing the collections, consumer reporting and payday lending markets.

The report covers supervisory activities between November 2013 and February 2014. In the three nonbank markets featured, examiners found that many companies had flaws in their compliance management systems such as consistently failing to properly track and resolve consumer complaints.

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