Fortnite players should know by now that there’s no such thing as free V-Bucks.

Unfortunately, some Fortnite players, particularly children and teenagers, still fall for the thousands of scams online and on YouTube promising them V-Bucks.

In almost all cases, those making the videos ask their audience to download certain apps which they say will reward them with points they can later exchange for V-Bucks.

The apps are typically designed to boost download and usage rates for other iOS and Android apps, and they track how long a user spends on each of them as well as how many they download and turn that into points. It’s basically a more modern version of the old browse this website for a while and click everywhere for a few minutes to earn money.

Then there’s the traditional scams which ask users for their account details, though those are rarer compared to the app scams we mentioned above fortnite v bucks generator.

To remind everyone, Epic Games tweeted out a link to its account security page, which covers, among other things, V-Bucks scams.

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