WASHINGTON — An in-depth look by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau into its consumer complaint database has yielded some surprising insights, including a relative lack of grievances against payday lenders and that most consumers appear satisfied by companies' response.

The agency issued a study of complaints last week that found mortgages, debt collection and credit cards accounted for 68% of the 395,000 complaints the CFPB received prior to June 30.

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