Even though creditors may get judgments (court orders saying you owe the money), they may not be able to collect. If you don't own a home, are unemployed, don't have money in the bank, and your other possessions aren't worth much, you may be "judgmentproof" (the creditor can't force you to pay). You can't be put in jail for not being able to pay your debts.
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