As long as you control the private key to the address you provided above, your tokens are in your wallet - everything looks fine POA is an EVM compatible blockchain, which means POA coins are ERC20 compatible and can be stored and viewed in ERC20 compatible wallets like MetaMask, Nifty Wallet, Trust Wallet App, AlphaWallet, Portis. etc.
The link you posted above clearly shows your POA is safely located at that address. In order to actually SEE your POA in any of these wallets, you need to make sure that your blockchain wallet is pointed at the POA Network. Following is a link from the POA forum on how to use MetaMask with POA Network. Once you follow these instructions, and again as long as you control the private key for this wallet, you can view and send that POA where you’d like:
Pay particular attention to step 4 for setup and step 7 for checking balances, in particular this note:
“Currently, POA token balances in your MetaMask wallet are named ETH rather than POA. This means the conversion rate is not accurate. The value next to ETH is the number of POA tokens you hold on the network you have selected.”
This means that you will see your correct amount of POA in your wallet, although MetaMask will reflect this as ETH so make sure to check BlockScout.com or Coin Market Cap to check your actual cash value. You should be good to go!
For information on other wallets and exchanges that actively support POA Network, make sure to visit the following link: