The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday that it may begin taking consumer complaints related to home mortgages as early as tomorrow.

The CFPB's consumer response office began processing complaints related to credit cards on July 21, but other banking regulators have continued to process other types of consumer complaints as the agency's systems get off the ground. The CFPB issued a report Wednesday on the first three months of collecting credit card data and complaints, and said it will begin taking complaints and inquiries related to mortgages "on or about Dec. 1."

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