When Kimmer, aka Heidi Diaz, had to come “clean” at the time the Class Action Lawsuit was filed, she promised a time limited refund on the “Kimkins Controversy” section on the Kimkins website. While Heidi has claimed that she no longer has the ability to provide refunds due to her PayPal account being frozen, she is now giving refunds without any time limit. Surely, this is based on advice from her attorney that is trying to have the Class Action Lawsuit thrown out.
A: I offer my sincere apology to anyone who felt misled or joined purely on that basis. That was never my intent. Bottom line is that Kimkins is a rapid weight loss plan that works without surgery, special food or pills.
While any Kimkins member (former or current) should be encouraged to join the Class Action Lawsuit, it is certainly better if people reluctant to join ask for refunds instead of doing nothing at all. At least it will hurt Heidi’s cash flow. If 40,000 members ask for a refund, Heidi would not be able to keep Kimkins.com running.
If you did join the lawsuit, do not request a refund, and reject it in case you receive one.