Multi-award-winning African value airline, Fastjet, has warned members of the public about a fake competition being circulated on social media by scammers.
The alleged scammers are asking people to complete a questionnaire and stand a chance to win a cash prize or air tickets.
In a statement, Fastjet distanced itself from the purported competition and advised the public to not click on the link on the messages and to immediately delete the message and not share it with anyone. The statement read:
Fastjet is aware of a fake competition circulated on social media by scammers. The competition is requesting people to complete a questionnaire and falsely stand a chance to win a cash prize or air tickets.
Fastjet advises that recipients of such messages do not click on the link, immediately delete the message and not share with any of their friends or contacts.
In November 2022 Fastjet will celebrate its seventh successful year of operations in Zimbabwe, the company says on its website.
Fastjet continues to operate daily return services between Harare and Bulawayo, Harare, and Victoria Falls, and internationally from Harare, Bulawayo and Victoria Falls to Johannesburg in South Africa, which remains a popular destination choice for Fastjet customers.
The airline has recently added two new international destinations to their flight network from Victoria Falls, the tourism capital in Zimbabwe to Kruger, Nelspruit Mpumalanga in South Africa, and Maun the tourism capital of Botswana.