Infotree Global Scam

I stupidly gave this scammer the last four digits of my social security number and my birth date. She said she found me on Monster. Her initial contact was via email. When I responded how much did the job pay she called me and asked these questions for social and birth date. I feel so stupid to have fallen for this scam. She told me on the phone she was adjusting my resume (and read my positions off to me) and was sending it back to me via email, which she did, for me to look over. I did not open her attachment. She said she was representing Duke Energy. I went to Duke Energy’s website and found this notice about fake emails about Duke Energy jobs. She told me she is a true company but I still would not open her attachment. How do I resolve this or am I just screwed? Thanks for listening.

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