I wanted to tell you that yesterday when trying to transfer UST from Terra to BSC, I made a mistake that I don’t know if it can be claimed somewhere.
I initially set out to send $1.5 from my Terra wallet to BSC to test it out, this worked fine with $1 commission. To see it in Metamask I prepared to import the UST token contract and added it to Metamask, seeing it without any problem, the operation had been done correctly. Then I was ready to send 601 $ but I did not realize right, I had copied was the token reference and I put it as the delivery address instead of mine from Metamask, the operation was completed but the money was sent to the address of the token itself. I don’t understand how protocol let me do it, how I can claim it, if it is possible?
If its send to the address of the token, where is that money?
Is there an email or channel where I can comment on what happened and have them tell me something about it?
I await your answers, thank you very much in advance.
This is more common than you think. Binance has threads warning against doing this. I’m doubtful you can get it back, but the slight luck is that Binance chain is short of centralized but there are going to be many scammers every step of the way with phishing sights, redirects, and seed phrase asks.
I would do some research and see what others who have done this same exact thing have done.
The transaction has not been returned to my wallet. Could you tell me where I can contact someone who can help me in this regard? I also sent emails to email@example.com, but no one has replied directly.