As I stated to you earlier, the refund tracking number is very easy to obtain- a frontline Expedia agent could easily provide it. However, it is actually not relevant. If I understand correctly, your bank already sent it back. This is the part I am trying to understand. it is unclear whether you are trying to get Expedia to issue the refund once again, or you are trying to assist your bank in tracking it, which shouldn't be necessary. You should still report the charge to the fraud department. They will sort it out.
Normally when a refund is sent back to the original method of purchase, if closed, the bank should be applying it to the new account or send a refund check to their customer, not returning it to the merchant.
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