Ujuzingo disclaimer and notification

Ujuzingo Business Solutions SMC Limited (Ujuzingo) has been informed, that in the recent past some individuals and recruitment agencies have tried to mislead the public by fictitiously claiming to be employees of Ujuzingo or posing as authorized recruitment agencies of Ujuzingo. At Ujuzingo we do not ask for any security deposit or fees (refundable or non-refundable) at any stage of the job application and recruitment process. We, therefore, appeal to the public to not respond to any such emails or job offers.

All the information on this website is published in good faith and for general information purpose only. Our site does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability, and accuracy of this information. Any action you take upon the information you find on this website is strictly at your own risk. Ujuzingo will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with the use of our website. 

We collect information/jobs from various sources. So we request job seekers, please do thorough research before applying/attending to any job interview through our website. We take utmost care while publishing jobs on this site. Note that certain links on this site lead to resources located on servers maintained by third parties over whom we have no control and accordingly we accept no responsibility or liability for any of the material contained on those servers. 

How to protect yourself from a recruitment fraud? Here are a few steps to follow:

The golden rules:

  1. Watch out for recruitment agencies / employers or sites that ask you for money just to apply or be listed as a job seeker. Be suspicious if you are asked for any kind of application fee or any other such fees through mobile money or any other means. You are looking for a job to get paid so you shouldn't pay to get one.
  2. Some personal information such as bank account details, place of birth, etc. would normally not appear on a CV. Be wary of employers that ask for such personal details at the beginning.
  3. Avoid posting your email or telephone contacts in social media comments especially for posts advertising jobs since comments are viewed publicly and fraudsters can pick up your contacts to promise you job offers in exchange for money.
  4. Look out for bad spelling, punctuation or irregular fonts. These are often clear signs of a mass-distribution of fraud email.
  5. If you are promised an unexpectedly large payment or reward in exchange for allowing the use of your bank account - often for depositing cheques or transferring money ignore the proposal.
  6. Take heed if the job posting appears to come from a genuine company or organization, but the contact's email address doesn't match the company's website domain (i.e., axyz@gmail.com, rather than axyz@companyname.com).
  7. When you realize that the job posting doesn't mention the responsibilities of the job rather it focuses on the amount of money you will be making, don’t run into considering such a job posting.
  8. If a Google search of the employer name (or name plus the word "scam") returns several scam reports, it’s a clear sign that the employer is not legitimate.
  9. If in response to your application to a legitimate-appearing job description, you receive a marketing email to sell you job search "help." Stop any communication with such persons.
  10. Some scummers own and operate fully-fledged websites and an email that is identical to their URL but in actual sense they are masquerading, they may post job opportunities on genuine career sites, job boards or even newspapers and when candidates apply they start sending emails that are not coordinated to the job in question. When we receive any complaints about any such job posting we list them off our site and black list such employers. Never hesitate to report such cases.
  11. To sum it up all, if the offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

Share with us any of such impostor cases by email to hello@ujuzingo.com and stay vigilant to help us foster a fraud free job search environment.

Please note that Ujuzingo shall not be liable for any loss or damage that may be suffered or incurred directly or indirectly through correspondence with fraudulent individuals or recruitment agencies and that such communication should not be treated as an offer or representation from Ujuzingo. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the ‘contact us’ link available on our website.