Every so often, a new form of money-making scheme promising lucrative returns makes waves among Haitians. In November 2022, CQR appeared on the Haitian market, marketing itself as an robot-powered platform for people to build wealth trading cryptocurrencies. 

On April 19, CQR’s site went down, leaving would-be investors and cynics alike in a tizzy on social media and WhatsApp.

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