It might be, but you need to know the context to interpret properly because 〜って can mean a few different meanings.
〜って is a colloquial form of 〜と or 〜とは. And if there is no following part after って, it means something is hiding. You need to guess it. Since they sound different when it's spoken, so the intonation would help you understand the meaning if you can hear it.
早いってカルロスさん can be mean, （私は）早いと（言っているでしょう）、カルロスさん。 Slow down Carlos. I'm telling you you are going/doing something too fast.
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