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It has come to our attention  that some unscrupulous individuals are circulating FAKE job advertisements, falsely claiming to be originating from the Public Service Commission (PSC). These ads are designed to deceive and exploit innocent job seekers. We urge members of the public to always fact-check job adverts on our website or official social media platforms.

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How to Spot the Fakes

1️⃣    Verify the Source: Always double-check the authenticity of the job advert. Official PSC job postings can be found on our official website [Insert Official PSC Website URL].

2️⃣   Cross-check Details: Compare the details of the job advert with the information on our official website. Discrepancies may be a red flag.

3️⃣   Request for Payment: PSC never asks for payment from job applicants during the recruitment process. If you're asked to pay for anything, that's a scam Avoid. 

4️⃣     Suspicious Contact Information: If the provided contact details seem unusual or non-official, be cautious. Our contacts are available on PSC website, Fact-check


❗️ What to Do ❗️

If you come across any suspicious job advertisements claiming to be from PSC, please report them immediately to our official email address:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us via +254 20 4865000


Your cooperation will help us take appropriate action against these fraudsters and protect other job seekers.

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Let's work together to stop these scammers in their tracks! Share this post with your friends, family, and social networks to raise awareness and protect others from falling victim to these deceitful schemes.

🔒 Stay Vigilant 🔒

Remember, your online safety is of paramount importance. Stay vigilant, and don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any doubts or concerns.

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