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Convocation is also a notable ceremony that marks the start of a student’s career at Mines.
An internet dating investigation will confirm the authenticity of online identities and aid in avoiding theft and fraud.
Online dating scammers will create fake profiles, including false pictures, names, and information, which is usually catered to the type of victim they hope to attract.
So-called romance scams — in which fraudsters smother victims with professions of love then plead for large “loans” to cover invented emergencies — appear to be on the rise, according to federal law enforcement and fraud experts.
Romance scams cost nearly 5,900 victims more than .7 million last year, according to the Internet Crime Complaint Center.