You don't have that credit card anymore and your credit is ruined for about 7 years. They will take any deposits made to your bank so don't deposit any money. They will take it out of your paycheck if you have one. They CANNOT take it out of any government checks such as disability. They will hound you and show up at your house on Sundays. This happened to my sister when she broke her hip and couldn't work anymore or pay. They hounded her till she had a nervous breakdown. After she died from a stroke , they still showed up and bugged her husband . Then they tried to get it from her estate, which there wasn't any "estate". When and if you lay them, NEVER use a check!!!! Use a money order only. If you can't pay , you can't pay. No you will not go to jail or half of America would be in jail. DONT use credit cards. I don't have one single credit card. If I can't pay cash, I don't buy it.
Your credit card will be blocked thus making your judgment not satisfied. It's therefore important to contact your provider so as to inquire more on the possible consequences in case you are unable to pay the default judgment for the card bill.
If a judgment has been entered in court, it will remain open for several years. Depending on how much it is, the card issuer could request a Sheriff's sale to satisfy the judgment. In a Sheriff's sale the Sheriff seizes your property and sells it; the money goes to the creditor. Another option the credit card company has is to have the Court order seizure of your bank accounts. However, if the judgment is small, say less than $5000, it is likely that they won't do anything except report it to the Credit agencies, making it harder to get another credit card or borrow money. I would suggest you contact the card company and work out a plan to pay your debt.
This has ruined your credit, that should mean something to you. With a default judgment, the creditor can garnish your bank account or your paycheck. It wasn't a good idea to let the judgment to be entered without showing up. You probably could have worked something out with the creditor, now they have no reason to work it out with you and can easily get the full amount of their judgment.