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Is a refund possible if i entered the wrong Destination tag and the right address while transferring XRP to my bittrex wallet.

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Contact Bittrex immediately. They may be able to return the funds if the destination address doesn't map to a valid customer. But if it does, they probably already credited that customer and there is likely nothing that they can do.

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    Ripple asks for a destination tag and an address while transferring it, i entered the right address and the wrong destination tag. I contacted them they said they might be able to give it back in 30 days – Sumit Nov 26 '17 at 18:10
  • @Sumit: in the end did you get your ripples back? I just did the same mistake now, sending from bitstamp to cex.io (address correct, just the tag I mistakenly inverted a digit with another: 32140 instead of 31240). I contacted the supported and also tweeted them, I really hope it's gonna work, after all an exchange is regulated, and ripple centralized. This is very similar to a banking scenario and in such cases a refund should be possible. – firepol Jan 18 '18 at 9:02
  • @firepol yeah i got them back in 15 days – Sumit Feb 10 '18 at 12:49

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