CALA Robot provides a corporate affairs commission certificate as evidence of SEC compliance.
“CALA is a technology company specializing in research and development of AI technology with its base in Armonk, New York, USA, etc.”
Members could build a stable income by keying to these features on the site _
- Place Orders Automatically;
- Blockchain technology application (guaranteeing safety);
- Short Orders (Overnight);
- Automatic and simple UI (typically executes every day all week
The site has just these twaddle and other buzzwords it cares to fling at the readers. Nothing serious once you break the surface. Below the CALA Robot tech and blockchain pitch is a different header, WHAT IS AI?
Exactly who runs the website is unstated. Also, the actual office is unspecified, despite CALA Robot claiming to be headquartered in Amork, New York, where it lacks an SEC trading license.
Its Nigerian CAC certificate is a poorly scripted template since many non-Nigerian members aren’t covered by whatever security the document provides.
Please, note that CALA Robot is only one in a long line of companies running HYIP (high yield investment programs) without proper regulation. Often, these companies would attempt to bypass local SEC by providing cosmetic incorporation certs, offshore regulation, or denying it needs a license.
They typically have zero trades or audits to show for their PR show at the end of it all. And worst is that members lose their money.
At a Glance _
CALA Robot doesn’t state the profile of the operators;
It offers investment options which require due SEC registration;
CAC lacks the said SEC license;
Ergo, the site is not legit.
See the highlights in this article.
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CALA Robot: Fake Google Play & App Store Links
CALA Robot notices it cuts a poor image with the AI content splashed all over the website. So, it compensates with another goof for good measure. Here is the gist.
An ad on the site leads people to think CALA has an app on Google Play Store and App Store. But those links actually redirect to the same sites, showing the visitor an unverified and unsecure link.
It isn’t the first time a third-party posing as a Google-verified app plug. Other BTC scammers have tried similar tactics before. So, it boils down to a copycat mimicking a scam template shrouded in buzzwords.
We checked the Google indexing date and found it going back over ten (10) years ago, suggesting that the domain was sold over to the current owner, inferring from CAC and incorporation dates being 2022. So, it’s a smokescreen. Anyone can purchase accounts on the internet.
The most mindboggling part is how an office registered CAC-indexed in Anambra, Nigeria, operates in a different jurisdiction without the requisite papers.
Apparently, there is a Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Department of the Treasury voucher attached to the website. Although it serves as a voucher of sorts, coopting such documents in CALA Robot raises suspicion asbout the conditions under which it was obtained.
Does the company run any legit transactions? See below for details.
Is there any AI Bot trader on the Backend?
The Answer is NO.
There is zero proof of this on the website or any PR vids circulating online. People only get a redirection (as in the App case) to Binance.
CALA members only get an unspecific instruction to trade prices between different exchanges, as against CALA Robot AI tech spotting the trades and executing them for members. Is that how a bot arbitrage trader works? Of course, the answer is no _ not according to CALA Robot marketing pitch.
CALA promised to pay between 20-40% returns, the range preferred to discrete figures because markets fluctuate. According to the website,
“CALA – Robot helps you operate financial investment plans smartly and bring stable profit.”
However, the AI trade on the backend doesn’t execute any such trades, suggesting it doesn’t even exist.
Is it a Scam?
The short answer is YES.
None of the CALA Robot executives is known, including any business ties or partnerships.
Members are investing on a whim since the operators don’t provide audits or any glimpse of actual AI arbitrage trading on the backend.