“PRO Gas industry is urgently looking for ambitious people who can work with us like drivers, storekeepers, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, assistant managers, office administrators and receptionists,” the advert reads.
It claims that the pay will be KSh25,000 to KSh60,000 a month. The ad includes a WhatsApp number.
But are the job offers the real deal? We checked.
All communication ‘through our official pages’
On 11 May, ProGas Kenya itself took to Facebook to warn that the advert was a scam.
“To our esteemed customers, we note with concern the below communication currently making rounds on social media. Please note that this is not an official communication from Proto Energy Limited and we are not running any such promotion,” it said.
“All communication from us will come through our official pages @ProgasKenya and our website www.protoenergy.com. For more information call us Toll-Free on 0800 723 666.”
To protect yourself against scams like this, read our guide to Facebook scams and how to spot them.
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