Monday, November 12, 2007

Heidi Diaz Comes Clean (Well, sorta)

Monday, November 12, 2007

From the Kimkins website: (my notes are in red)

Kimkins Controversy

Dear Kimkins Members,

OK, so it's time to come clean. (a bit late for that, we all know the truth already!)

In view of recent events (can you say lawsuit?) and the feedback I've received from members, I've decided to set a few things straight. (A few things.. lol) Those of you who know me are well aware I'm a private person and prefer to remain that way. However, that doesn't seem to be in the cards.

So, let's put a few burning questions to rest:

Q: Who is Kimmer?

A: Heidi Diaz (translated - "I LIED when I said Kimmer and Heidi were 2 different people, many times!")

Q: Why the drama, denial and hiding?

A: For the past 10 years it was to avoid an invasion of my own privacy. However, for the past 3 years it was to protect the identity of my foster children. California foster regulations prohibit foster parents from making statements that would identify children as "foster", even by association. (IF you have any foster children, you broke the law by even mentioning them!) Identifying myself which could lead to my home address or identifying me in public could identify them. (PI didn't see any Foster Children while he was staking out your apartment.)

Q: Did you lose 198 pounds in 11 months?

A: No. But I did lose 100 pounds in 6 months. (cough BS cough) However, since Kimkins appeared on the Woman's World cover, I've been glued to my computer. I'm no different than any of you (YES you are. Not everyone is a pathological liar and a sociopath!) and I'm well familiar with stress eating or grabbing what's handy instead of what's Kimkins friendly. (And you're good at blaming others for doing it, too!)

Q: So you've regained the weight?

A: Yes, but I've been back on Kimkins for 2 weeks and have lost 23 pounds so far. (cough BS cough) I gain fast and I lose fast, that's how it's always been. I'll be experimenting and rotating with each option except Cycling because that will be too much temptation for me. I'm a lifelong dieter and I know what a free week (or weekend) will do to my willpower. (What willpower, sugar cookie?)

Q: What about the model photos in some of the Success Stories?

A: The majority of our earliest Success Stories were from another website and we couldn't take those with us. We wanted to show visitors the possibilities with Kimkins. So, while we built up (invented, stole, falsified) our newest batch, I created stories (I made stuff up and lied) which were a compilation of previous successes that people had shared with me over the past 10 years. We're extremely proud of all of our members (paid and unpaid) who have experienced weight loss success.
(Again, Kimmer with the half-truths. Just say "I stole some pictures from a Russian Bride website and pretended they were real success stories to try to convince people to join!")

Q: You have been photographed without hair. Did Kimkins do that?

A: Absolutely not. (But it DOES cause hair loss! Way to try to spin it!) I developed alopecia universalis 23 years ago. (Aww poor you. Not.) It is an autoimmune disease that causes total body hair loss. Our family has cluster autoimmune conditions. Mine are alopecia, hypothyroidism and eczema. Other family members also include alopecia plus type 1 diabetes type 1, multiple sclerosis, lupus, eczema and rheumatoid arthritis. Autoimmune is when your body attacks itself and destroys certain functions. Most people with an autoimmune condition develop more than one. If one person in a family develops an autoimmune condition, other family members tend to develop them. (Bla bla bla, whatever. You LIED about your wonderful hair care routine. Just say that. Enough of the pity party.)

Q: What about the people who joined Kimkins because you said you lost 198 pounds in 11 months or because of the success story re-enactments?

A: I offer my sincere apology (Too late! You banned most of them! Cow.) to anyone (which is everyone) who felt misled or joined purely on that basis. That was never our intent. (The hell it wasn't! When you post FAKE pictures and LIE that is an INTENT to MISLEAD) Kimkins will provide a refund and membership cancellation upon request to anyone who joined Kimkins prior to November 1, 2007. Please write
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by November 16, 2007 and provide your full name, current or former user name, PayPal transaction number and PayPal email address. (You gonna be broke now, chica)

Q: What about the people who want to continue with Kimkins?

A: We recommend a good primary care physican and counseling.
A: A lifetime membership is lifetime. You're here and that's permanent!
(Unless you get banned!)
In fact, I'm going to be part of the "Watch Us Lose" models on the homepage (UGH spare me) and will update my stats each week, add updated photos and post in the Kimmer's Back on Track Challenge. I will lose my weight all over again and everyone is welcome to lose right alongside me. I had baseline medical tests done a few weeks ago and will share both my starting and final results once I reach goal which I hope to be around my birthday in May 2008.

Q: Will we ever meet "Kimmer"?

A: I'm going to do my best. (which means I'll have some family crisis and won't be there) I truly am a shy person (oh please) who prefers to stay in the background, but a Kimkins Cruise is planned for Summer 2008 and I'll be there to meet & greet everyone! We will be asking members for feedback on local meet-ups as well so everyone has a chance to meet me and network with other Kimkinites! (Hey! Thats OUR word! Thief!) Support is everything in successful long term weight loss. (How would you know... exactly?)

Q: Anything else? REAMS!

A: Kimkins works. (Duh. Anyone that doesn't eat will lose weight. Doesn't mean its safe!) I have offered my internet style of Kimkins diet advice for 10 years. (But you're not QUALIFIED or licensed to give diet advice!!) It was hugely successful (because it was based on LIES) which is why Kimkins became popular. My first 8 years were 100% voluntary and I even turned down gifts. (except the ones I scammed people out of by saying I lost my purse, etc.) My goal has always been for people to learn the very simple and very effective basics of quick weight loss. This remains our focus today. Anyone who wants a refund and cancellation, please let us know.
Everyone who wants to stick with Kimkins -- well, what are you waiting for? Let's do it! I've got, uh ... a couple of pounds to lose myself and I could use some support!
(You could use some psychotherapy!)

Q: What about starting a Kimmer Challenge?

A: Excellent! Let's do it! I'm setting up the Kimmer's Back on Track Challenge thread, so come on over and say "Hi!"

Another long list of half-truths and lies by the expert of fraud, Heidi Diaz. I HOPE everyone will run away from this woman and her web as fast as they can.

Heidi Diaz! Take your bullshit and stick it!

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