Hello and welcome, and happy Thanksgiving.
Unfortunately, this is a scam. No legitimate bank would ever, EVER ask you to get an iTunes gift card. This is not a legitimate form of payment that is accepted by real businesses. It is increasingly becoming the method of payment for scammers, though, since gift cards can be sold for cash and are essentially untraceable.
This is also identifiable as a scam because no legitimate lender would ever require you to pay a fee in order to get a loan. With a real loan, any fees are simply added to the amount you are borrowing. You never need to pay money to borrow money.
If these people have already paid off your credit cards I'm afraid they have done it by cashing fraudulent checks, which is a common tactic employed by scammers in these situations. You need to immediately contact your credit card companies and let them know that you believe that the recent payments may be fraudulent but they were made by someone else. If you don't do this, you unforutnately risk them trying to pin the fraudulent payments on you.
You also want to contact the police and file a crime report. This, too, is essential, since fraudulent payments have already been made in your name.
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