Many Roblox players look for alternative ways to add Robux to their virtual wallets, and it's understandable. Robux, the in-game currency, costs real-world money to obtain and is used for premium features like Avatar items, Gamepasses, premium games, and more. So what about Robux generators like Blox.Supply?
Everything You Need to Know About Blox.Supply
In short, Blox.Supply is most likely a scam, along with most websites that claim themselves as "Robux generators." There's a bunch of confusing terminology surrounding this stuff, and we're answering your questions below.
What is Roblox Blox.Supply?
First and foremost, Blox.Supply is in no way affiliated with the official Roblox company. Blox.Supply is a third-party website created by unknown developers. The website showcases itself as a place to earn free Robux and the catch? (There's always a catch.) You, the user, must submit your username and complete surveys provided by the website.
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Why might this be a scam?
- The official Roblox company warns against sharing your personal information with strangers, especially with third-party websites that are not recognized by the company.
- We've received zero evidence that completing surveys actually rewards the user with free Robux.
- Most survey websites only benefit the website, and not the user doing the hard work. For every survey completed, the website earns money, and the user doesn't get anything in return.
- We're also unsure what the website is actually doing with every Roblox user's username. This could potentially cause your account to be hacked and lost permanently.
Even more suspicious, Blox.Supply leads to the website Blox.land. Other key adresses such as Blox.fish and Blox.green also lead to Blox.land. This is suspicious behavior that shouldn't be trusted, and Roblox users should be wary about this. Don't share your personal information, even if free Robux is being "promised." You likely won't get the Robux.
What is a Robux Generator?
The term Robux Generator floats around the Internet as a website that hands out Robux to players for free. Unfortunately, if it were that easy everybody would be getting free Robux. But we have no evidence of players earning free Robux from generators, and the ones that we have discovered are often scams. In short, avoid Robux Generators.
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Is it Possible to Earn Free Robux?
As far as we know there are two methods of getting free Robux without compromising your information: the Microsoft Rewards Promotion, and Giveaways. Even so, these do not provide an unlimited amount of Robux, which is what most players want.
Microsoft Rewards Promotion
In Feb. 2020, the Roblox company partnered with Microsoft for a Microsoft Rewards Promotion. By signing up for Microsoft Rewards, users can earn Microsoft Rewards points by using the Bing search engine and completing additional Microsoft-related activities.
Popular Roblox content creators like DeeterPlays often host giveaways for free Roblox and/or free Avatar items. Even then, the user should be wary of who they provide their username. It should only ever be an established, reputable content creator or Roblox studio like Uplift Games, the studio behind Adopt Me. In most cases, we opt to never hand out our username to anyone we don't know.
How do I buy Robux?
Robux can be purchased from physical Roblox gift cards that are available from most major retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, Gamestop, and more. Digital codes can also be purchased on the Roblox website. Users should only purchase Robux from these reputable sources.