UltraBot Live Scam Warning: Don’t Fall for Trading Bots

Welcome to our UltraBot Scam Warning regarding the website which used to be hosted at ultrabot.live.

Recently, one of our partners received the following complaint from a Cape Verde person who claims to have been scammed for $500.

I received a scam via an ultrabot website on the ultrabot.live page. They promised a 3% gain but then disappeared.

So what is UltaBot and what can you do if you have been scammed by them?

There is currently no obvious trace of ultrabot.live online. The domain is not registered and has no traffic information. However, it has an Authority Score of 2% with 7 backlinks from 6 referring domains, which demonstrates that this domain did exist.

It is not indexed on Google so the only way to learn about it is to look for mentions of it on other websites and there are 5 such mentions:

The only mention that still exists is on scamadviser.com, which discusses ultrabot.live, an automated trading bot website. The website appears to have a high trust score, but there are some negative highlights, such as the owner’s identity being hidden on WHOIS, and the registrar being popular amongst scammers. Scamadviser recommends that users conduct their own checks to ensure the website is safe to use. There are no consumer reviews available for ultrabot.live.

There’s also an Instagram profile belonging to “binary.bot.real.account” that showcases powerful Forex and Binary Bots and offers a low $20 investment strategy to earn thousands. The profile includes 73 posts, 758 followers, and 2,501 following. The profile offers new robots, feedback, free bots, bot tests, and pro bots.

Presumably, this is the Instagram profile of an affiliate marketer who promotes various trading robots, which, by the way, are often scams. While the mention of ultrabot.live is no longer there, it was probably one product promoted on this page in the past.

Another mention can be found at tracxn.com where Ultrabot is said to be a trading bot software for cryptocurrencies, operating in the B2C space in the FinTech and Blockchain Technology market segments. It was founded in 2020 and is currently in an unfunded stage. Although we cannot be sure that they are referring to ultrabot.live because this domain is no longer mentioned on the page.

Finally, a mention on rltracker.pro, a website that provides statistics and leaderboards for the game Rocket League, is probably not relevant.

Bottom Line

To summarize this quick review of ultrabot.live, we were not able to find any traces of this scam, unfortunately, which means several months, or even years, have passed since it has been online.

If you have been scammed by them or have any information about ultrabot.live, please comment below and enlighten us.

And if you lost money online to online scams, make sure to get a free consultation with one of our recommended scam recovery companies.

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