I was in an accident, uninsured, was found not at fault but liable. Their insurance billed be 3200, and I am a student with no income. I ignored letters for a while until I picked up a phone call from a collector who said that unless I pay the 2000 settlement in the next 2 days or 500 then 100 a month, he will file paperwork to suspend my license for driving without insurance. Since the accident I have had steady insurance coverage, and no tickets. Accident did not get me a ticket either. I told him I had no money even for the settlement offers, but to show good will, I send them $12 from a temporary checking account. I heard that paying $10 legally prevents them from being able to have my license suspended, but he said he will still send in the [paperwork to suspend it. Can they do this?
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