We moved to TX two years ago and rented a house because it was the least expensive that we could find at such a short notice. The rent was high but we were committed to staying in the house through the contract. The lease was up and we found a smaller place that was much cheaper and gave notice and signed lease papers on new residence and scheduled movers to move us in. We started selling our extra furniture and items to pay for moving expenses since we both have physical problems that do not permit us to move our furniture. We sold a dining room table, couch and recliner. The funds were mailed to us in the form of a cashier check with additional funds to pay the movers to pick up the furniture, and rec'd a phone call from the purchaser that his mover had problems with his truck and needed his portion of the funds deposited into his account so that he could get the truck repaired prior to picking up the furniture. The cash deposit was made. Our bank contacted us today advising us that the cahiers check was fraudulant and that the funds have been removed from our account. Since money was withdrawn from the deposit to pay for the moving truck repairs, we were liable for that money which left our account in the red. The money that we had saved from the sale of other small pieces of furniture went into our account to cover the overdrawn amount, which leaves us with absolutely no money to move. We are in a major bind now, with no funds for moving, we have no other place to turn.We can't even explain how hard it was to write this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Since we have been so tied down by high rent, we have zero savings to fall back on in case of an emergency and the move will give us that safety and security. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.