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  • Lets see, they have your name, address, bank account number... - If they are good, they can empty your bank account. It isn't very common, but possible (and unlikely unless you have enough money in the account to make it worth their effort.) If you are sure you were scammed, you may want to call your bank and close that account and open one with a different account number.
  • Every time you give anyone a check you release your name, address, and checking account number so it is NOT a serious disclosure of personal information. That information is obviously pretty easy get and it is "something" but not really a significant step toward accessing the money in your checking account beyond the value of the check.
  • You might be able to identify the person who cashed the check you sent by getting their information off the back of the canceled check from your bank.
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  • Generally people get their account number changed. But just because they know account number they cannot themselves pull it out --- they will be caught because it can easily be traced where it went and without your authorization. But if they tell you to send it to them then they get away with it because bank will say you voluntarily sent it -- that is the legal loophole exploited by scammers.
  • A lot of personal info including name, acct. number , bank balance. I'd contact your bank asap.

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