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Assuming sol is over. You need to be careful as some states have ways to reset sol with a payment. As far as credit score, paid vs unpaid doesn't do much. However some lenders for bigger items such as loans require your unpaid collections to be resolved.
Ideally if you can get a pay for delete agreement, that would be great. Check your credit report to see what is showing for this debt. Also if you make any agreement, careful to get in writing and that it covers all the key points
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