Lost fund sent to wrong address

Hey guys,
I accidentally as a new user sent fund from my Metamask wallet smart chain network to a polygon address, i didnt know i have to bridge using some other bridging sites so it ended up going to an address on blockchain network.
Here’s below details of the transaction:

Address sent to: Oxc2132D05D31c914a87C6611C10748AEb04B58e8F

Transaction hash: Oxda0a7a479e78adobbcc339d4ea3f138671 b4bdf48f4a66bb46ee25232841 4043

My metamask address: Oxb2827563aB44A2534d194b454156706bB2E2848a

Im willing to give bonus if anyone can assist.

Do you own the address? If it’s you, I can help you get it back, if not, you can’t get it back.

Hi, thanks for getting back to me, which address? The receiver?




No, if i own this address I would’ve got the money, thats the problem this address is listed on polygon as peg usd token, but on bsc its a private address. Is there a way we can reverse the transaction or maybe find a way to know the owner of this address so i can contact him directly!!.
This address had few accidental transactions and many ppl asking him to refund and his wallet has been changed he probably doesn’t know he got these funds

no ,

It is only possible if you can get the registration information and deposit information of all exchanges and link to this address.

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Hi @Mchebbo1 welcome to Metamask community forum!

If the receiving address is associated with a non-custodial wallet, such as Metamask, you can recover the coins by changing the network configuration in the wallet or by importing your recovery phrase into a wallet that supports the polygon network. You must exercise extreme caution while importing your recovery phrase into another wallet and ensure that the wallet you choose is real.
Additionally, if you sent those coins to a custodial wallet, such as an exchange, you must contact the exchange’s support team, who will assist you.

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