The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday released its August complaint snapshot, which indicates that consumers across the country have been filing a large number of complaints about access to banking services. Further, many consumers complained that when they tried to open new accounts, they were ambushed with negative reports previously not provided to them. The monthly report shows that as of Aug. 1, the CFPB received 94,200 complaints about services provided by banks, credit unions and nonbank financial firms.