An example of an advertisement used by a scammer. Note that these are often not at all related to ROBLOX characters; and are merely artwork stolen from other artists.
A game creator confirming that a VIP shirt for his game is a scam.
A warning banner telling players about the survey scam.
Since summer 2014, a few female accounts have been sending users a message containing a link to a phishing site.
Example of a fearmongering scam. The user is not affiliated with Roblox in any way.
Another form of private message scam.
A ROBUX generator scam message.
An inbox spammed with female account Robux scam messages.
Female account scam messages using different usernames.
Fake log in screen ingame.
Maintenance scam that was found ingame.
A scam offering a fake reward.
After entering a password.
A photo showing a fake Roblox card scam.
A photo showing the fake "Reward Receipt" scam in a game.
An example of a phishing place.
An example of a scam site claiming it will log in to the user's account and add a hack that will give them a Limited item.
A place scam that tricks users into thinking it's going to give them Robux and Builder's Club (now Premium).
An account saying that he got Robux from a website with the address censored due to security reasons.
A Robux scam website, links to it are mostly found in comments of games.
Tons of scams. Included usernames, and a few other messages from something else. The usernames are censored, same with the scam sites, for security reasons.
Comments section full of scams. (endings are censored for security reasons)
A photo showing a scam message that "rewards" the player with free Robux. This scam targets popular games, as the message was sent while playing Redwood Prison.
Game passes that are fake.
A chat conversation that contains a fake free Robux site link which asks for login information.
An invisible shirt scam. On the advertisement, it shows it is real, but the shirt is just an image.
Another female scam message.
Another chat conversation that contains a fake free Robux site link.
Another of these chat conversations of these fake free Robux notice some words have some letters repeated.
An old scam bot from 2015.
Some bots giving a link to a scam website for playing game.
An example photo of a game using a fake "player list" GUI to look like there are people in-game, however the game is only limited to 1 player only, and most of the users don't exist.
An example of the 2016 "december" message when players play a popular game, however, this is censored by Roblox, and the bots are now terminated.
Example of the DontClickMe scam on the Followers page.
ClickMe profile page. Links have been censored for safety as well as user ID.
Another example of the female bot scam message from 2014. Names and links have been blocked for privacy.
A bot saying this "crazy trick" gives them loads of Robux. It does not and the link has been censored so the user can have their account safe.
As of late May to early June 2017, there have been numerous reports of "DontClickMe" and "ReadMyDesc" accounts that are sending users friend requests and following them. This image shows a Robloxian who has a whole page of these scammers.
Another example of the Bots sending friend requests with another name,"ReadMyProfile".
An example of the non-stop bots sending friend requests. This time, it is a whole page with the name "ReadMyProfile".
A readmyprofile account gets restricted.
Another example of bot scams from 2017 sending friend requests with another username, "ReadMyProfile"
Newest Scam Bots of July 2017. Some of them are online, it means that they are sending friend requests to random people.
As of mid-July 2017, new scam bots with random names ranging from numbers, to Guests, etc. show that they are sending friend requests to random people. As shown here, this Robloxian blocked them. It is advised to block these scam bots. (Notice the amount of friends they have)
Latest scam bots as of August 2017.
Cropped photo of scam bots posting offsite ROBUX scams through the wall. Each post is different, but include the same link and Arabic characters. These are scam bots as of the first week of August 2017.
This image shows an advertisement for the "invisible torso" scam. Hovering the cursor over the ad would show the word "WOW" next to it. Notice how invisible is misspelled as "invisable", and if closely spotted, the torso is photoshopped. The ad started appearing after August 15, 2017.
Like the other invisible torso scam on the left of this image, this shows an improved version of the advertisement; this time spelling everything correctly and looks less photoshopped. However, looking really closely, the player can see that it is still indeed photoshopped.
Some scammers from an invisible torso page. Links are censored due to safety concerns.
Another invisible scam advertisement.
This new invisible torso ad has just appeared. Although it may seem legit, the avatar with the dominus is just a model and the creator just removed the torso.
A YouTube comment that gives a link to a Robux scam.
Tons of scams. Found in Weight Lifting Simulator 2 in the "You reached 1000 strength!" badge. Links are censored in Carbor font for security.
An "invisible legs" scam.
Red bots were attacked November 2017 entitled decal lightsaber. this link has been censored for security reasons
Another invisible torso scam. Original date was November 23, 2017.
Two spam uploads, highlighted in red.
A MYWOT Review on the scam website, and on Roblox, he changed the scam link to roblox.com for safety reasons
New 2018 "boxhead" scammers, changing appearance everytime they are reported
A free robux game popping up in the front page.
A "free robux" game on the front page.
New March scammers in 2018.
"50 Robux Dominus Glitched Shirt" scam.
A scammer in Roblox after March 2018 in groups.
This is a game that links users to an external website. Servers have more than 6 players and has more playing than visits.
A site which employs the survey scam and has been linked by scambots in late 2017 and 2018. (The notifications on the right are fake and use randomized usernames)
An iPhone 7 scam. (Note: This user is banned)
One of the scam games displayed on Roblox's front page. Note: These games are faked and that the bot account bought their way to the front game.
Probably one of the most elaborate Robux scams ever developed.
Example of free Robux games.
Another spam upload. Highlighted in red.
Tons of scammers following a Robloxian.
Another spam upload, highlighted in pink.
A scam "Roblox" V2 message.
This is a recent bot that sends messages claiming that they are launching Roblox V2. In this site, they can "redeem your 25k ROBUX" by entering their nickname and age, and they can download Roblox V2 Beta. The executable's size is 5 MB. Do not try to open this file. Opening this file will result in data loss. If the user insists to launch it, use empty virtual machine. It allows the attacker to remotely control their computer.
An example of a user getting a friend request from a scam bot.
Bunch of CheckMeOut accounts giving friend requests endlessly.
An example of a free Robux place using bots to get on the front page.
An example of a scam chatter. Links were censored for safety.
Another scam chat conversation. Link was censored for safety.
Example of a user that joins random games and uses a command that shows he got Robux, making players think Roblox typed the message.
Scams can create new redirects to scam sites and change links if one is blacklisted.
Examples of copied models.
Another YouTuber scam ad.
Scam bots joining games to advertise scam sites.
A free ROBUX game with a disguise of a free admin game.
Two free admin scam games.
A Google generated advertisement trying to make the player click the advertisement to get 800 free Robux. Clicking the ad will instead lead the player to a website that requires them to complete tasks to earn specific items for certain games. Sites like these might be trying to steal the user's Roblox account information, or rarely, might give the player Robux. However, the software being used to transfer Robux to their account is illegal and can lead to real life problems with local law enforcement.
A fake login screen scam.
Scam bots following a player
A fake website heavily resembling the ROBLOX sign-up page.
A live-stream that claims to give 1,000,000 Robux.
A video claiming to give players 25,000 Robux after completing an obstacle course.
Another video claiming to give players 1,000,000.
Promocode scam, the fake promo code is censored in a red burst.
Scam videos of games and fake Promotional codes
that claim to give players free Robux
A game using a fake player list, which made it look like there are many people in-game, however there are actually two players in the server only
A Robux scam game results in a user getting terminated.
Another Robux scam code live-stream.
A free Robux Scam bot messages (in red bracket) found in Jailbreak
Spanish Robux scam, claiming to give players 10,500 Robux.
3 Scammers found in a Group
In general, the Spam/Scambots avatars often were colorful and wore the man's face.