How to recover Lido NFT of stETH accidentally sent to Badger

Trying to help a client. They staked ETH on LIDO for months. When they went to unstake stETH on LIDO they were sent two NFTs to their linked Metamask wallet. This is where it gets confusing. Somehow by clicking on these Lido NFTs they were sent to the Badger network? I have all data on these transactions and would like help recovering these NFTs / st ETH

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can you drop the tx hashes here or open a support ticket? this will make it easier to figure out if recovery is possible

Yes NFT 38167 0x417a19e8ffa2eb7acfc67f30c909e146f92428eddbeabf5f2cadc81b7c604f3f

NFT 17471
0x441fe39516c0806976399952a4c030ce6085513f9608422ce887dca45e2fac8c

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that is looking pretty bad, the badger tree contract to which those were sent does not have a recovery function present.

it is upgradable, but that would require a considerable technical lift and im not even sure of its success. more r&d would be needed.

they seem to be worth 9.453070588966278943 and 6.097285852129553116 = 15.550356441095832059 steth, can you confirm?

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Yes please explain. That’s the amount of stETH, how in the hell did it end up there?

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What is Badger tree and given the Badger network isn’t on my Metamask how in the worked did it end up there?

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somehow that user (blackridge.eth, 0x5e5e70E77F806d253e5D42F350311265223F6794) signed those two transactions, sending the nfts to the badger tree (0x660802Fc641b154aBA66a62137e71f331B6d787A)

how that happened is beyond me. i do see that wallet has had interactions with the badger tree in the past (0xcf89d135e817b33f6f6e18067f37b5d4985f37d892a8cfcb2cff57d9783b6e2b and 0x48ad359a5e537ab5e553398d656bf1334ec1715f9c10f948365664a068963dca)

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I keep getting emails from people stating they are from Badger help desk informing me to click on a link that says to reset your Metamsk wallet by providing Key words. This seems like a means to scam you. What’s going on?