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They can get a judgment against you in court, adding lawyer fees, then they can garnish your wages and/or seize any assets they find. statute of limitation is 7 years since date of your last payment, so they can wait until your situation changes. get familiar with FDCPA. It is possible their collection efforts will run afoul of the law, then you can sue them for enough to offset whatever they are trying to collect. There are lots of lawyers who specialize in just this sort of case.
If you live in S.C., TN, Calhoun or PA, you cannot be garnished for c.c. debt. I know quite a few people that have had about 6-7k defaulted on different credit cards that just quit paying. After about 3 months the c.c. companies quit calling. Then the companies that bought the loan start calling. They changed their home phone to a prepaid cell which eliminated the calls. They will still call you at work if you have a job. They sent letters offering settlements for years, but never took the people to court to try to get a garnishment. They were in one of those non garnishment states.
I would have to believe that the money owed is "worth it" to the credit card companies to go after you legally. There will be a court judgement and you will likely end up having your wages garnished to pay the bill. The other option you have is to declare bankruptcy. Talk to a credit attorney in your area about your options. If you cant pay the debt, yes your credit will be screwed for awhile. Your best option is probably to declare bankruptcy. Ignoring the bills though is not an option... like I said for that amount, they will come after you legally.
If they take you to court and win a judgment, it will stay on your credit reports for 10 years and add an add'l 10 years. If you are employed, they can garnish your wages. It could also prevent you from getting a job because of the defaults. To file bankruptcy, the fee is about $2000. Usually the the first call is free.