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What is the difference between She told me he had been back, so I am going to see him. and She has told me he is back, so I am going to see him. and She has told me he has been back, so I am going to see him. ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

Is there any difference between these sentences? Are they grammatically correct? Thank you in advance.🧐😜
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