I took a masters a couple of years ago and dropped out because my supervisors weren't helpful, were demotivating (told me they could do my research in two months and asked why I hadn't finished mine), and I also didn't have the money to finish it. I called the university when I got the email of my maximum time to finish my research is ending (asking if I'd like to extend) and I confirmed to them I didn't want to continue and they said okay.
So, I thought I paid full previously but apparently I had some debt left over, which they didn't bother telling me the whole year after dropping out.
One of the finance admin called today to tell me to pay $650 in 48 hours, and threatened to blacklist me if I didn't.
I legit dropped out because of money issues and instead of telling me to pay a little bit monthly, they just dropped the bomb on me like that. No, I don't have the money now, so I'm most probably going to be blacklisted.
So my question is, what happens if my university blacklists me? Does that mean I cannot pay after I'm blacklisted and I'm blacklisted forever? Does that mean I can't apply to other (cheaper) universities? I asked the lady just now and she just laughed and say that's up to the university and I shouldn't ask.