HAVE YOU BEEN HARASSED BY TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS?

If you are being called by debt collectors and think that you may be getting harassed, you should know that there are laws that protect your rights as a consumer. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, or FDCPA, lays out rules that debt collectors must Transworld Systems debt collector harassmentfollow when they are attempting to collect debt. A few of the rules in the FDCPA state that a debt collector potentially cannot:

  • Send you letters with threatening markings on them, including the word “TRANSMITTAL”
  • Call you using in an autodialer or robocall machine after you have told them not to.
  • Yell at you or use profane language.
  • Threaten you with jail if you don’t pay off your debt.
  • Continue to contact you after you have written them a letter telling them not to.
  • Contact anyone besides you or your spouse about your debt.

Transworld Systems is a large collector that collects on debts around the country. At the bottom of the page is a list of numbers that this company may use to call consumers, at least according to our Internet research.

Transworld Systems statutory damagesIf you have been the victim of debt collector harassment then you could be entitled to up to $1,000 in statutory damages. Furthermore, there is a good chance that the debt collection agency will be forced to pay your attorney’s fees.

Being unable to pay off your debt is not something to be ashamed of, and it is certainly not an excuse for debt collectors to harass you. There are many other Americans just like you who have had some unforeseen event happen that caused too much financial stress. Medical bills and legal fees can add up to huge amounts, and the loss of income can make paying even basic bills difficult. We know that this is a hard time for you, and you don’t need aggressive debt collectors adding extra stress to the situation. If you think that your rights are being violated, you should set up a free consultation with an attorney.

Phone Numbers:

201 – 201-372-1010
216 – 216-525-1600
248 – 248-680-6676
253 – 253-627-8055
302 – 302-479-7782
303 – 303-770-2232
314 – 314-514-2670
315 – 315-445-1375
317 – 317-843-9205
414 – 414-453-1225, 414-766-1306
412 – 412-829-5131
425 – 425-778-2303
484 – 484-919-8735
502 – 502-429-8024
507 – 507-281-2276
508 – 508-721-7997
512 – 512-346-5696
513 – 513-769-4448
570 – 570-823-9250
610 – 610-240-4750
614 – 614-791-4646
619 – 619-291-0969, 619-298-7103
631 – 631-360-2269
651 – 651-631-2919
702 – 702-382-0058
703 – 703-556-3421
704 – 704-503-1011
707– 707-236-3790, 707-236-3800, 707-236-3809, 707-236-3910, 707-236-3928
717 – 717-236-3730
724 – 724-321-3175
762 – 762-208-4286
800 – 800-689-9205, 800-305-7186
804 – 804-282-9007
813 – 813-286-2543, 813-425-1182
847 – 847-969-1850, 847-969-7910
860 – 860-257-1532
864 – 864-458-7181
865 – 865-690-6769
866 – 866-307-0229, 866-739-2398
877 – 877-766-2274, 877-377-5378
888 – 888-314-6519, 888-446-4733, 888-643-9658
909 – 909-890-1834, 909-890-1839
913 – 913-677-0020
915 – 915-591-2722
916 – 916-688-8814
918 – 918-492-2180, 918-853-3282
919 – 919-782-6449
925 – 925-931-0097
941 – 941-366-6711
978 – 978-557-2100

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