You are very fortunate that your bank thought that something looked suspicious and did something about it.
You have taken almost all the steps which I would have suggested that you take, such as filing a report with IC3, the Attorney General, the Federal Trade Commission and the Better Business Bureau. I would suggest a couple more steps and then you will have towait until either the Attorney General gets back to you, or the FTC or the police.
In the meantime, since they have all your personal information, you should take the following additional steps,
1. Contact all your credit card companies, ask to speak to the "Fraud Department" (Not the "Dispute Department), and tell them that you believe that you are the victim of identity theft because scammers managed to get hold of all your personal information. Ask them to cancel all your credit cards and issue you new credit cards with a different account number. You should do this immediately;
2. Immediately write to the three major credit bureaus - Trans Union, Experian, and Equifax. Inform them that you are the victim of scammers and identity theft so that they will be watching for anyone trying to open a credit card account using your name and sending inquiries to the credit bureaus;
3. Determine which of the people who contacted you were attorneys, or worked for a law firm and report them to their State's Attorney Disciplinary Board. For example, you said that someone from a Texas law firm contacted you, report them to the Texas Attorney Disciplinary Board since they were part of the scam. If they threatened to have you arrested, report that also to the Attorney Disciplinary Board. You cannot be arrested for failing to pay a debt. Debtors' Prison was abolished about 300 years ago, and it is illegal to threaten a debtor with arrest or with criminal action if they do not pay a debt,
Be sure to follow up with telephone calls to the Attorney General's Office, the FTC, the police, the Sheriff, and any other agency to which you reported all these individuals who scammed you out of your money, and ask for the status of their investigation of these people. You have to take a proactive approach and if you keep calling them, they will work harder on your case and getting your money back for you and prosecuting these individuals,
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