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Transworld Systems, Inc Complaint - Incorrect Information - Agency Does Not Care!

Review by ljdalton on 2009-02-13
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLORADO -- I spoke to a representative from Transworld Systems, Inc to explain the scenario regarding the $6514.93 debt they claim we owe. My boyfriend's credit is pristine....and I can not believe this is legal that there is NO research on what transpired on this transaction.

My boyfriend purchased a 1999 Prevost bus, from Paul Everett RV - location in Fresno. There were items that were in need of repair and [snip] our salesperson agreed these would be repaired at their cost. We live in Tucson AZ and went to Mesa Beaudry RV to do these repairs. William, my boyfriend lives out of the bus. He is a freelance consultant and did not have home to go to as repairs were being done. So we stayed in a hotel in Phoenix, AZ - which they agreed to pick up that tab. They paid for the hotel, but were fighting the charges from Mesa Beaudry RV. Hence we now have been getting collection letters from Transworld Systems, Inc. Don't they have to confirm the information and make sure its all correct before going after someone?

This effects his credit...and as you all know....credit is SO important. He does not have any flaws on his credit....This has gotten to the point of unbelievable.... but who is watching these companies on their practices? I would like to make sure the get ALL the bad publicly they deserve....... yes, we have also gone after Paul Everett RV out of Fresno, CA. Do NOT do business with that company. Its a endless black hole.... and no one seems to know the answer how to bring justice...... Any suggestions?
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-02-13
Posted by Soaring Consumer on 2009-02-13:
Request a written proof of debt, send this request in certified mail as well.

I suggest that you also contact the Attorney General and the Department of Consumer Affairs.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-02-13:
Collectors often go so far as to 'bring back to life' old debts, but they cannot initiate collections on their own. It appears someone has not paid for the repairs. The post doesn't say, but it looks like the selling dealer has not paid the repairing shop. On most repair orders, there is a statement to the effect of, "The owner of the vehicle is ultimately responsible for payment." If you have a written agreement from the seller showing they agreed to pay for the repairs, you're in good shape. OTOH, maybe more work was done than was authorized? Your post doesn't have enough details to say. I don't think your fight is with the collector. Call the repairing shop and find out if they turned the account over to collections. Good luck!!

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