The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Thursday made public a database of more than 90,000 consumer complaints, The Hill reported.  A bankers' group opposes the release of information, but a consumer advocacy group is calling for more data to be released, The Des Moines Register reported.. The database, the largest ever of its kind made public, details grievances consumers have aired about credit cards, mortgages, bank accounts and other financial services. The agency hopes releasing the information will help paint a picture of problems in the consumer financial marketplace, while opening up the information to others who could use it.