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Unfortunately yes, you could be personally liable under WA RCW 82.32.145 if "business entity has been terminated, dissolved, or abandoned, or is insolvent" and you were a responsible party such as the "former chief executive or chief financial officer". Yes they could report this to credit and possibly put a lien on your property or even garnish your wages. The law was changed in 2010 and puts personal liability for not paying things such as sales tax as an LLC.
See link: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=82.32.145
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