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  • Do not respond to unsolicited offers of employment from people with whom you are unacquainted.
  • Do not disclose your personal or financial details to anyone you do not know.
  • Do not send any money. K-Unity Sacco does not ask for money transfers or payments from job applicants during ANY stage of the recruitment exercise.
  • Do not engage in further communication if you believe the communication may be fraudulent. All Email communications from K-Unity Sacco will be from a @k-unity.co.ke email address only. All phone communications will be from the official lines listed on our official website,

Identifying Recruitment Fraud

Recruitment fraud refers to deceptive practices carried out by individuals or organizations posing as legitimate employers or recruitment agencies with the intent to defraud job seekers. They often exploit the trust and vulnerability of job seekers by promising lucrative job opportunities, requesting personal information or fees, or engaging in other fraudulent activities.

Here are some signs that can help you identify recruitment fraud:

  • Unsolicited job offers: If you receive a job offer out of the blue, especially for a position you didn’t apply to or don’t recall, it could be a red flag. Legitimate employers typically follow a formal application process.
  • Requests for personal information: Be cautious if you’re asked to provide sensitive personal information, such as your pin number, bank account details, or copies of identification documents, early in the recruitment process. Legitimate employers usually request such information later in the hiring process.
  • Upfront payment requests: Legitimate employers generally do not require applicants to pay any fees for job applications, medical, interviews, training, or equipment. Be wary if you’re asked to make payments or transfer money as part of the recruitment process.
  • Unprofessional or unofficial contact details: Fraudsters may use generic email addresses (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo) instead of company-specific email domains. They might also use personal phone numbers instead of official company lines (check number listed on our website)
  • Lack of a formal interview process: If you’re offered a job without going through a proper interview or assessment, it could be a sign of fraud. Legitimate employers typically evaluate candidates through interviews, assessments, or other screening methods.
  • Too good to be true offers: Be cautious if the job offer seems too good to be true. Fraudsters often entice job seekers with unrealistically high salaries, extravagant benefits, or promises of rapid career advancement.
  • Pressure to make quick decisions: Fraudsters may create a sense of urgency, pressuring you to make fast decisions without allowing you sufficient time to research or think critically about the opportunity.


If you encounter any of these signs, it’s crucial to exercise caution and conduct further investigation. Research the company, contact them directly using official contact information from their official website, and verify the legitimacy of the job offer or recruitment agency. Trust your instincts and prioritize your personal and financial security when dealing with potential recruitment fraud.

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  • Location : K-Unity Building, Ground floor, Biashara Street, Kiambu Town
  • Contact: 0735 997 168
  • Location : K-Unity Building, next to Post Office, Githunguri Town
  • Contact: 0702 949 271
  • Location : Gichombo’s Building, next to Total Petrol Station, Kagwe Town
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  • Location : K-Unity Building, Ground floor, Kimende Town
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  • Location : Prime House Building, Thika-Flyover Junction, Wakimbo
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  • Location : Eagle Plaza, next to Mara Gateway, Suswa Town
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  • Contact: 0742 988 807
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  • Location : K-Unity Building, Opp. Able God wholesellers, Kikuyu Town
  • Contact: 0775 809 818
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  • Location : K-Unity Building, Ground floor, next to BATA shoe Co, Limuru Town
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