A fake job advert has gone viral on social media in Australia.

The advertisement for a “fitness trainer” has been shared more than 500,000 times on social channels, but has been removed by the ABC.

A quick search for the word “fierce” shows the ad is from a fitness and wellness company.

The company is registered in the United Kingdom and offers health and fitness services.

“The ads are clearly fake and the ad claims to be a trainer who is trained to teach people to run, swim, bike, play tennis, lift weights, and do yoga.”

There are many other ads on social networks advertising similar services, like a car wash or a gym.”‘”

They are trying to sell themselves to us and it’s getting really annoying.”

There are many other ads on social networks advertising similar services, like a car wash or a gym.”‘

People are using this to try and trick us into thinking that they are offering quality training services and that’s absolutely not the case.” “

I’ve actually got more than a few messages from people saying that this is just a desperate and very well-meaning marketing campaign and that they have no idea who they’re dealing with,” Mr Rawnson said.

“People are using this to try and trick us into thinking that they are offering quality training services and that’s absolutely not the case.”

The ABC is investigating the company, and has asked a few people to share their stories of being contacted by the advert.

“It’s quite common for companies to try to reach out to potential employees via Facebook, Twitter, or other social media platforms to ask them to send them resumes and cover letters, so we are also investigating this very carefully,” Mr Reysley said