If they sue you and they win a judgment against you they can garnish your wages. If they do that you will pay all the money you owe plus any expenses they had trying to collect. You are better off dealing directly with them and making a deal to pay them without them suing you, it will be cheaper. You will not go to jail. The worst that can happen is they garnish your pay, get their money and your credit is a mess.
by stevepitt2 - 11 hours ago
No you do not go to jail. If they sue you and win, then your wages can be garnished in some states (not sure if you work in one of those states or not).
by StephenWeinstein - 11 hours ago
1. Dunno what happens in your state, but you wont go to jail. 2. Your paycheck will not be garnished 3. the worse that can happen is a garnish to your credit rating
by Dee-Cee - 11 hours ago
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