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I used cashapp to send btc to a wallet I've sent to before he says it failed and should be back. Cashapp can't help The code I sent wallet to is: bc1qne24j4v09t9lpyg6vttr3aamn7jmv6e2zegtw4. pic of transaction failure

img of wallet i sent it to from cashapp

Can someone tell me if I'm being ripped off? Or why I can't get any help from cashapp? What do I do? Did I get ripped off?

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See any blockchain explorer.

For example https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/address/bc1qne24j4v09t9lpyg6vttr3aamn7jmv6e2zegtw4

explorer shows 0.0142487 transaction is confirmed

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173 confirmations

The transaction for that amount is confirmed. Anyone saying otherwise is either mistaken or telling lies in order to deceive you.

There is no such thing as a Bitcoin transaction failing "due to lock".


Some notes

  • what you call a "wallet code" is more normally called a Bitcoin address. A Bitcoin wallet normally has many addresses and most wallets create a new address for every transaction.

  • The transaction which paid 0.0142487 to bc1qne...zegtw4 also paid money to 198 others - this is normal behaviour for a business that provides custodial accounts, it is batching together payments for its customers in order to save on transaction fees.

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