Yes, a judgement for credit card debt can follow you from one state such as Pennsylvania to another state, such as South Carolina. Credit report activity is sometimes used by lenders to track information about where judgment debtors such as you do your banking.
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Yes. Under the Constitution of the United States the individual states are obligated to give "full faith and credit" to the judgments of other states, which means that someone with a judgment can file that judgment in any jurisdiction (location) and attempt to enforce it there.Ask a similar question