Kimkins and Kimmer’s Hardship

In the latest court documents filed on behalf of Heidi Diaz the class action lawsuit against her, Kimmer is trying to claim hardship to get her frozen assets released. She states:

  • That the writ of attachment issued against my personal and business bank accounts plus have caused severe hardship for my family, my ability to earn a living and to service the customers of Kimkins. Does this mean that she no longer receives disability? And what is this “service the customers of Kimkins?” Service them by banning as she did in the past? I think she could not care less about the existing customers that do not bring in any new money. Only new sign ups are of interest.

Kimorexia has more on what Heidi Diaz did with the money she received from defrauding unsuspecting people wanting to lose weight: Boo Hoo.

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Great post Marisol. Interesting how those profits for the foster kiddies went out the window with the first dollar rolling in

Kimkins.com and Kimmer need to be stopped before they make any more pages on http://kimkinssurvivors.wordpress.com/

Banning people is the most valuable service she could provide, short of shutting her doors!

Fantastic post, Mariasol.
OYB

“That the writ of attachment issued against my personal and business bank accounts plus have caused severe hardship for my family, my ability to earn a living and to service the customers of Kimkins.”

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“That the income and other funds which my family and I depended on to pay for food, heating and utility bills, car and insurance payments and the other necessities of day-to-day life 14 have all been frozen by the courts without warning or prior notice.”

Oh, BS! Not so hard that she isn’t seen in public shopping at CVS.

Very good point, 2BIG!

It’s really hard to feel sorry for someone who had lied to people, taken their money and given advice that risks their health.

Well, when it comes to medications, most of the common thyroid and diabetes medications (aside from insulin, as far as I can tell, but I just did a rather cursory look,) Wal-Mart has them on their “$4 a month” list, so that might be an option, depending on what she has to take. And most pharmaceutical companies have programs to help people who can’t afford their necessary meds to be able to get them at much lower rates – or even free in some cases.

On top of that, IIRC, she’s supposed to be on disability benefits, right? Then she should have access to Medicare benefits, which, while they’re not the greatest, would at least help some with the cost of the tests and doctor’s visits.

But then she wouldn’t have much of a reason to gripe about her assets being frozen, huh?

I only first learned about Kimkins et. al. at the end of last week, but I’ve been reading a lot about it because it’s just such a bizarre situation. While I managed to miss this one, I’ve been suckered before by people who knew how to find and play on a person’s vulnerability and convince others that they had all the answers, so I know how easily it can happen. I wish you all the best!

Thorswitch – Glad to see a new visitor :) As you have seen, there is a lot of reading available, LOL. If you want to see how it all unraveled, I would recommend to read Kimkins Exposed from the beginning.

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