Help please! I tried to transfer money from my blockchain wallet to my trading wallet. I even scanned in the QR code so it wouldn't be wrong. My funds never showed up! The wallet it went to seems to have been created the day I did the transfer and since has had many transactions! What the heck happened! I am so confused. How could this have happed with scanning the QR code? It is almost as if the wallet address I sent it to is a receiving account for transfers? Is there such a thing? The other strange thing is I got no emails of any transfers? I have tried to trace the transactions but I don't really understand what I am doing and what it means. Someone said if I have the HASH then I can go in and possibly cancel it if it is unconfirmed. It shows spent now... this was on the 17th and I have sent many emails to blockchain with no response. Should I put the PKscript up or subscript? I can put the receiving wallet up here but I don't think that will do much good unless someone knows a way to find out who it is from that even though it should be MINE! Any help would be greatly appreciated.
If you transferred funds to the receiving address for your trading account, and the transaction is included/confirmed in a block on the blockchain, but not showing up in your trading account, then you need to contact your trading platform.
A few points to remember here:
1: Once a transaction has been included in a block, it CANNOT be cancelled, voided, or "called back." The only way you could get that bitcoin back is if you have the recipient send it back to you in a new transaction.
2: While most reputable exchanges use separate wallets for each client to deposit to & have servers monitoring for incoming transfers, there is always the possibility of a "glitch" or "server goof." As soon as any deposit to your exchange wallet has more that 3 confirmations on the blockchain, if the exchange hasn't updated your transaction, CONTACT THEM, it could be an honest mistake & if so, they'll be more than happy to correct it for you.
3: All responsibility for making sure your bitcoin transactions go to the right place rests on YOU. Since bitcoin is a decentralized platform, there's no central bank/government you can contact if you make a mistake. Therefore, you should always verify ALL of the information (destination address...read at least the first & last 5 digits, coin amount, and coin type [make sure you don't send BTC to a BCH or BSV wallet]) at least twice BEFORE you confirm sending a transaction.