Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Call the Police

Heidi K. Diaz, aka Kimmer, has broken the law. A class-action lawsuit is underway. The FTC, IRS, FBI, State of California Atty. General's Office, Office of the Governor of California, Social Security Disability Fraud Department and other official agencies have been notified. Now it's time to call the police.

Heidi K. Diaz has broken the law. She has collected donations for foster children - whether they existed or not at the time, she broke the law. If they existed, she broke the law by soliciting and accepting donations on their behalf. If they did not exist, she broke the law by soliciting and accepting donations via USPS mail service, which is fraud.

Heidi K. Diaz is running a million dollar company from her apartment, without proper authority from her landlord while collecting social security disability. That is against the law (on several counts).

Heidi K. Diaz has used the identities of several individuals without their permission -including Vanessa Romero and Dennis Sharp and Brandon Diaz (he said in his own words that he wasn't sure who listed him as the registrant for the website).

Heidi K. Diaz has collected funds over the internet for a service and then banned people from accessing that service without cause. (Disagreeing with Heidi / Kimmer is NOT legal cause for banning someone from a website).

Heidi K. Diaz has in the past, and continues to make medical claims and offers medical advice online without proper licensing.

Heidi K. Diaz has not reported her income from Kimkins to the courts overseeing the lawsuit with The Education Resources Institute (TERI).

Heidi K. Diaz never registered as a business, D.B.A., or LLC in the State of California, according to all available sources.

Heidi K. Diaz solicits funds over the internet based on fraudulent claims of weight loss and faked images.

It is NOT legal to pretend to be something or someone online and accept money based on those claims.

Heidi K. Diaz has broken the law. Many laws. It's time to report her now and end this before someone dies.

Here is the contact information for the Corona, California Police Department.

E-mail & Phone Contact Information

Emergency: 911 Emergency: (951) 736-2333
Non-Emergency: (951) 736-2334

Investigations: (951) 736-2337 Traffic: (951) 736-2355
Fax: (951) 279-3632 Fax: (951) 279-3599

Patrol: (951) 736-2330 Records: (951) 736-2330
Fax: (951) 279-3576 Fax: (951) 279-3579

Crime Prevention: (951) 736-2343 Youth Diversion: (951) 279-3544
Fax: (951) 279-3658 Fax: (951) 279-3599

Volunteers (951) 279-3549

E-mail Directory:

Corona Police Department Command Staff
Richard O. Gonzales, Chief of Police
Raymond Cota, Investigative Division
Michael Abel, Field Services Division
Richard Madory, Support Services Division

Patrol Division Zone Commanders
James Patton, (Zone 1)
Jerry Rodriguez, (Zone 2)
Kelly Anderson, (Zone 3)
Tom Weeks, (Zone 4)
Mike Tripet, (Zone 5)

Traffic/Special Enforcement Bureau
Brent Coleman, Lieutenant
Sue Blaize, Sergeant
John Marshall, Sergeant

Press Information Officer
Jerry Pawluczenko, Sergeant

Investigations Bureau
Mark Johnson, Lieutenant
Fred Austin, Sergeant
Alex Marmolejo, Sergeant
Scott Musgraves, Sergeant
Randy Wambold, Sergeant
Karen Alexander, Crime Analyst

Personnel and Training Bureaus (Employment Questions)
Gary Lewis, Lieutenant - Support Services Division
Adam Roulston, Personnel Sergeant
Todd Gottfried, Corporal - Background Investigator
Jeff Hubert, Officer - Background Investigator
Tom Raasveld, Training Sergeant
Bill Newman, Personnel and Training Technician
Daniel Avila, Training Officer

Community Relations
Michell Skipworth, Crime Prevention Specialist
Jacqueline Madory, Crime Prevention Specialist
Jerilyn Medina, Volunteer Coordinator
Denise Lomprey, Mentor Coordinator

Records Section
Julie Cable, Records Supervisor
Lisa Lorton, Records Supervisor


Mimi said...

KDangers -- THANK YOU!!!! This is excellent info and so totally on target!

TRUTH and the LAW are Heidi's worst enemies.

Laura said...


Consumer Protection Agencies

In an effort to help consumers protect themselves against fraudulent weight loss products or services, mislabeling, misbranding and/or misleading advertisements, we have set up this page to provide information about what agency to contact to report complaints.

If you have a complaint about a weight loss product or service, contact one of the following agencies:

Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
The FTC oversees the advertising and marketing of foods, non-prescription drugs, cosmetics, health care services and medical devices exchanged between states.

If you have a complaint, file a Consumer Complaint Form at the FTC's website: Or call 1-877-FTC-HELP.

Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
The FDA oversees the content and labeling of foods, drugs, medical devices and cosmetics. If you find a website you think is illegally selling drugs, medical devices, foods, dietary supplements or cosmetics on the Internet, complete a form at the FDA's website: at the link — Reporting Unlawful Sales of Medical Products on the Internet.

If you have experienced an illness or injury with a dietary supplement marketed as a weight loss product, or have a general complaint or concern about food products, take the following steps:

Contact MedWatch, the FDA Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program
by calling their hotline at 1-800-FDA-1088
by internet:
by mail:
Food and Drug Administration
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857

The FDA wants to know when a product causes a problem — even if you are unsure which product caused the problem, and even if you do not visit a doctor or clinic. When you report your adverse event or concern, be sure to have the following information handy: the name, address and telephone number of the person who became ill; the name, address and doctor or hospital who treated the person ill; the problem and the name of the product and store where the product was purchased. In addition, you should also report the problem to the manufacturer and/or distributor listed on the product label and the store where the product was purchased.

U.S. Postal Service (USPS)
Postal inspectors investigate crimes, such as fraudulent marketing promotions, that use the U.S. Mail. A crime is considered mail fraud if it originates in the mail, by telephone or on the Internet and is carried out in the U.S. Mail. The United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) handles complaints of fraud. If you think you are a victim of weight loss fraud by mail, submit a Mail Fraud Complaint Form to the USPIS online at or file a complaint at your local post office.

Attorneys General
Each state has an Attorney General that serves as a representative of the public interest in addition to providing legal protection to the state's government agencies and legislatures. You can find your state Attorney General?s office information online at

Better Business Bureau (BBB)
The BBB is a self-regulated organization supported by businesses to provide reports to consumers about companies. The BBB works with law enforcement agencies to stop fraud. You can check on a company, find tips on preventing fraud and file a complaint at the BBB's website:

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