Recruitment Scams

Beware of fraudulent communications that claim to be from representatives of Munyongo or its associated companies.

Organisations that engage in recruitment scams falsely claim to be affiliated with, or even work for, Munyongo in the capacity of recruiters. These parties inform individuals that they have been issued an offer to fill an open position based on their qualifications and experience. These positions can be geographically local to the individual or they may require them to immigrate.

The fraudulent organisation proceeds to request and collect potentially large sums of money from the individual under the guise of contractual stamp duties, registration fees, relocation charges, visa or work-permit costs and other such charges.

Munyongo does not require individuals to make payments of any sort to Munyongo or its associated companies at any point during the recruitment process.

The fraudulent organisations also collect personal information such as passport details, identity documents, phone numbers, email, addresses and bank account information. Munyongo recommends that you do not share any such information with unknown or unverified parties. If you receive such communications or have suffered losses of personal information or money in such a scam, please consider making a report to your revelant law enforcement authorities.