Type of a scam Romance
I was on Match.com and was inboxed by a woman named Myrna from Moose Jaw Saskatchewan, claiming to be the niece of Laurence Mullar. She told me he was not on Match.com but saw my profile and told her he was interested and she gave me his email address. I then sent him an email February 25 and he replied February 26. We remained in contact by email, then by cellphone, until March 30. On March 30 he asked me to send him $*** to help him with paying labourers in Brussels Belgium for a business contract he was involved with. He said he also needed the money to pay for personal items he said were stolen from his hand luggage at Brussels airport: laptop, cellphone, iPad, and camera.