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If there's an open debt collection but can't pay anymore like agreed will they sue me?
I have an old collection with T-Mobile and they just contact me and reopend my case which I agreed to but I can't be making the Monthly Payments no more can they sue me for that?

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It will depend on the amount. If it is a lot of money then they may possibly sue, but it would really have to be a good chunk as it would cost them a good amount of money to take you to court. Stop agreeing with them on anything, do some reading about all of this.

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Any time you have an agreement to pay back money that you owe, you can be sued, wages/tax returns garnished, and even jailed.  Most of what happens depends on the amount owed as to the course of action the creditor takes.

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How can you give someone such poor advice? Nobody gets jailed over T-mobile bills. Get a grip and stop scaring people.

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