WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a proposal Wednesday that would allow it to publish more information about individual complaints made by consumers about financial companies.

The agency already collects and publishes customer complaint information on banks and nonbanks concerning products such as credit cards, mortgages and student loans. But the proposal would give consumers the option to share their "narratives," providing more detailed accounts of specific complaints.

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