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They are bluffing.
First, it is too late to sue you.
They had to sue you within 2 years of your loan going into default. They didn't.
They cannot garnish wages without a judgment.
Tell them not to call again and that all communications must be in writing. They know they have to listen to that or they run the risk of losing their licence.And then just ignore them.
What they want is to trick you into paying a small amount of money to them. That would restart the limitation period and then they could sue you. Acknowledging the debt in writing would do that as well. So don't be scared or tricked by them.
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