With the Universal Wallet update, all of your funds can be stored in one wallet that is accessible via one mnemonic phrase. If you accidentally send ETH (or ETC or CLO or POA) to ETC address (or ETH address or CLO address or POA address) you can recover them. You would need to have a backup phrase and follow this process.
1. Open https://iancoleman.io/bip39
2. Turn off your internet.
3. Enter your backup phrase into "BIP39 Mnemonic" field
4. Select the coin which you are trying to recover: ETH - Ethereum (or ETC, CLO or POA). Example: If you sent ETH to POA wallet, select POA Network in this field.
5. Scroll down and find Derived Addresses section.
6. Copy Private Key from the first row.
7. Close the website and turn on the internet.
8. Import this private key as ETH (ETC, CLO or POA) wallet in the Trust. Example: If you sent ETH to POA wallet, import your private key as ETH.
If the coin is missing from step 4, you need to coin as ETH and then select the BIP32 option under Derivation Path and enter a value for BIP32 Derivation Path at then follow step 5.
- VET: m/44'/818'/0'/0
- WAN: m/44'/5718350'/0'/0
- CLO: m/44'/820'/0'/0
- GO: m/44'/6060'/0'/0
- POA: m/44'/178'/0'/0
- TOMO: m/44'/889'/0'/0