This has happened often to allot of Roblox players. Where you buy items like clothes, outfits and hats with Robux and all of a sudden they disappear. So they deleted the virtual items you own without any explanation or refund.
A class-action lawsuit was filed by Michigan dad John Dennis and his daughter, known anonymously as Jane Doe, on May 25. It alleged that the Roblox gaming platform is providing "sham content moderation" by deleting items it sold, then refusing to refund users after the items are removed from inventories.
Roblox is not just one game - it is a collection of 18 million games called "experiences" that are created by independent developers. It was recently listed on the New York Stock Exchange, where it debuted at a $44 billion direct listing.
The lawsuit accuses the Roblox platform of deleting the items Doe bought from her inventory - which her attorney says did not contain offensive or trademarked content - without providing a refund. The items were de-listed, the lawsuit says, from Doe's inventory without explanation.
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