Yes. But the creditor would have to sue you in SC and then determine that you are employed by a company with its payroll functions in Georgia. It would have to domesticate the judgment in Georgia and then issue process to get to your wages in Georgia.
This is a convoluted process and most consumer creditors will not go through that much trouble. But, it certainly could happen.
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