Can aarons furniture have you put in jail
Probably not. In order to make criminal charges and have you arrested, the store must establish that you violated a criminal law. Not paying a bill is breaching a contract, but is not a criminal offense. [ However, if you were trying to steal, such as refusing to return the furniture, or if you bounced checks, those would be criminal offenses for which you could be prosecuted.
Simply not paying
a bill would lead to civil recovery, so they could sue you, lien your property, or attach to your credit. ]
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