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January 07, 2021, 02:01:24 PM
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On January 2nd I made a transcation wit BTC to a wrong adress. The transaction was succesfull. How can I get my coins be refunded?
Transaction to adress 1L5wSMgerhHg8GZGcsNmAx5EXMRXSKR3He
All info: Completed   BTC   0.10951991   2021-01-02 23:25:18   Adres:1L5wSMgerhHg8GZGcsNmAx5EXMRXSKR3He   
Txid:
4a22a54a7a314a4a6fcf14d1b8a64cbc320fcd854d5cd806a23024f446a4fbb2
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January 07, 2021, 02:03:50 PM
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On January 2nd I made a transcation wit BTC to a wrong adress. The transaction was succesfull. How can I get my coins be refunded?

You can't. Only the person who controls that address can refund your transaction by sending the coins back to you. Did you double-check the address before sending the transaction? You might have been affected by some clipboard malware if you think that you used a different address.

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January 07, 2021, 02:08:50 PM
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Transactions on the block chain are not reversible and there's no third party service which can help. I looked up the address and it seems not to be an exchange address, although that could have still been little help as centralized services do not simply send back bitcoins sent to its users address, but it could have been worth a shot.

Addresses are also pseudo anonymous as such you cannot identify the recipient.
Sorry for your loss and for future txs double check ALL the digits of the addresses involved before signing and broadcasting.

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January 07, 2021, 07:41:44 PM
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Who can help please?
The only person who can help, is the person who has the private keys for address: 1L5wSMgerhHg8GZGcsNmAx5EXMRXSKR3He

At the present time, this address holds funds from 4 receive transactions dating back as far as 2018... It has never sent funds out. Do you know who controls this address? Huh If you do, you'll need to contact them and ask (very nicely) for the funds to be returned. If you don't know who controls that address, then unfortunately your coins will be "stuck" Undecided

It also appears that this address may be an example address used in the "Bitcoin for Dummies" book Shocked Shocked Shocked

It *might* be possible to contact the author of the book and see if they still have records of the private key used to create that address.

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