When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) officially opens its doors Thursday, the new agency will be ready to field complaints about credit cards – but not mortgages or servicing performance.

The CFPB, in a bureau publication called "Building the CFBP” tells the general public that it’s investing in “21st century information technology” to build an infrastructure to field, respond, and monitor consumer complaints.

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