Roblox is a website that lets users play games made by other users and create their own games. It was founded by the Roblox Corporation. Roblox was a relatively modest firm and platform for the majority of its existence.
Roblox has also come under fire for making it simple for kids to spend money through microtransactions, which has resulted in many instances of kids using the platform to spend large sums of money without their parents’ knowledge. Additionally, Roblox has been accused of deleting the accounts of players who submit chargebacks or refund requests for Robux payments to their banks, card issuers, or other third-party businesses.
The users with memberships have access to the Trading System, which enables them to trade Limited/Limited U products and Robux with other members. Additionally, both participants must have trade enabled in the Privacy area of their account settings.
Developing a Trade
- Visit a player’s profile page to initiate a new trade with them.
- In the box that shows their username and information about their friends and followers, in the upper right corner, click the three dots button.
- Select Trade Items from the menu that appears.
- By doing so, a new page displaying the items you and the player can exchange will open.
- Keep in mind that if the offer is accepted, the transaction charge of 30% will be waived.
- Make sure you approve of the trade by reviewing it.
- The trade must be approved by you because Roblox cannot reverse a trade.
- After deducting the transaction fee, the amount of Robux cannot be greater than 50% of the current offer. For instance, if you offer a 300 Robux item, you are only permitted to publish transaction fees of 150 Robux or less.
Seeing Your Trades, Current or Past
Do the following to see your trades:
- To access the Trade page, select the Trade option from the left-hand menu on any page.
- In the Trade Type pull-down menu, choose the list of active (Inbound/Outbound), completed, and pending trade offers that you want to view.
Trading: Accepting, Rejecting, and Countering
Follow the instructions to view your Inbound offers.
- Go to the trade you want to review by navigating.
- As displayed, click Accept or Decline for the exchange.
- Click Counter to revise the transaction if you don’t like the offer and want to make changes. Press Make Offer to send a new trade after you have seen the counteroffer and are satisfied.