Transworld Systems is one of hundreds of debt collections agencies across the United States that has been hired to obtain funds owed. Unfortunately, some of these agencies take this objective to the extreme by harassing debtors with late night phone calls and aggressive language. Since 1977, there has been regulation in place that outlines how these agencies can contact debtors called the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). However, many consumers aren’t aware of the regulation and are subjected to excessive, unnecessary harassment about their debts.
Debtors can file a cease-and-desist letter that formally asks collections agencies to stop further communications. If this tactic doesn’t work, it might be time to hire a consumer rights attorney. The Consumer Lawyers are well-versed in building debt harassment cases against these agencies. We can also help clients determine the source of unknown debt communications. When an agency fails to identify itself, it’s in violation of the FDCPA and it’s up to the consumer if they would like to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and your local state attorney general’s office. Please review the list of phone numbers below to find out if Transworld is calling you.
Every debtor has rights. Please get in touch with the Consumer Lawyers to learn your options and defend your interests.
(877) 865-7686, (877) 282-1250, (317) 843-9205, (707) 236-3800, (978) 557-2100, (512) 346-5696, (614) 791-4646, (800) 305-7186, (866) 739-2398, (507) 281-2276, (864) 458-7181, (216) 525-1600