Comment: "It'll be enforced much the same way it is now..."

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"It'll be enforced much the same way it is now..."

"It'll be enforced much the same way it is now, minus the threat of imprisonment. Not paying will likely lead you into a horrible financial situation, have a huge impact on your credit, and end up costing you more in interest."

How exactly would it effect someones credit?

Who would be charging interest?

What happens when someone refuses to pay that interest?

If there is no threat of imprisonment, why would anyone voluntarily pay?

This is not relevant to this discussion, and I'm sure you want to use it to change the subject, but I'll answer it anyways:

"What would you do to stop violent crime in a tax-less society?"

Private security, you pay for your own services, if you don't want to pay for it, then you don't buy the service.

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