Recruitment Fraud Alert

Watch out for recruitment phishing scams: Shrine Development (Dune Labs LLC) is aware of fraudulent activities where scammers pose as Shrine employees, offering fake job opportunities. They may promise part-time roles with unrealistic benefits to manipulate app ratings or fill out databases. Be cautious, as this is a ploy to obtain your personal information such as your social security number and bank details.

Keep in mind that Shrine handles its hiring internally and will never request your personal or financial information upfront. If you receive unsolicited phone calls, messages, or emails from individuals claiming to represent Shrine and asking for personal details or payments, do not respond.

Shrine holds no responsibility for these deceptive offers and advises applicants to apply exclusively through the official careers page at to avoid falling victim to fraudulent job advertisements.

What are some other indicators of a job phishing scam?
  • Sender may reach out to you unsolicited—you did not contact them first
  • The sender’s email address does not end with “”
  • Generic addressing like “Dear Sir/Madam” is used instead of addressing you by name.
  • The message contains numerous typos and grammatical errors.
  • The sender suggests conducting interviews via WhatsApp or Telegram.
  • Attachments may be included in the message for you to open or download.
  • The sender requests sensitive information like your date of birth, social security number, bank details, or credit card number early in the application process.
How can I confirm the legitimacy of a job opportunity if I suspect it might be a scam?

All legitimate job postings by Shrine are listed on To steer clear of fraudulent job ads, ensure you apply through the official website. If you believe you have encountered a fraudulent job offer supposedly from Shrine, please reach out to us at with “Fraudulent Job Offer” in the subject line.