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Hello I was a Victim of a ***** and a scam here in Tyler Texas, I would appreciate if someone could help me

I was part of a Scam here in Tyler Texas Someone was posing a Police officer and told me that if I did not send them $500 that my wife would go to jail. May I remind you that we are 76 years old. So I went and got the money pack to stop the Warrant, Well come to find out it was a big Scam going on here in East Texas, It was also on the news. And the local police is involved and the FBI I would deeply appreciate you help in tracking where the $500 went and what location ?

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Sorry but we here on fixya can not help with this . My local sheriff's dept would not help me in a similar situation . we older people have to keep on our toes .

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