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Under the given circumstances the consumer would probably be termed "judgment proof." Meaning a lawsuit would be futile for the creditor. Some creditors will file suit anyway. To obtain a judgment, for possible collection of the debt in the future. Some judgments are valid for ten years and can be renewed. The consumer can send a "judgment proof" letter to creditors letting them know legal action would be pointless. This is sometimes effective, especially if the debtor can supply proof of their status.

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