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Attention: Kimkins Class Action Lawsuit Certified, Former Members Are Automatically Included

Posted Jun 29 2009 5:26pm

Regarding the Kimkins Class Action Lawsuit: This is NOT an official notice. This notice was proposed to the court by plaintiffs’ counsel June 26, 2009. If you choose to duplicate this notice on any blog or website, this notice MUST be included.

Click on the images above to read the four-page class action notice

Just a quick update on the ongoing class action lawsuit against Heidi Kimberly Diaz and her Kimkins diet scam. You’ll recall I told you about a desperate Diaz firing her original attorney and filing for bankruptcy back in January after being disgraced with the dubious distinction of being awarded the “Worst Diet Product” of 2008 award. Things just aren’t looking too good for the Corona, California woman who is in a rather precarious position after the devious shenanigans she has attempted to pull off with this low-fat, low-carb, starvation diet scheme. I’m dedicating an entire chapter of my upcoming August 2009 book release 21 Life Lessons From Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb to the subject of avoiding people like Heidi Diaz who are lurking about online looking for victims to devour.

Basically this four-page document is to serve notice of the impending class action lawsuit against Diaz and is directed to “everyone who purchased a membership to Kimkins through the Kimkins web site from January 1, 2005 to October 15, 2007.” This is a REAL case that is set to take place on August 24, 2009 at 8:30AM PT in Riverside County Superior Court in Riverside, California. Keep track of any updates on the hearing by visiting the official web site for the court.

The class action certification was made on May 20, 2009 on behalf of the plaintiffs involved in the case against Heidi Diaz. Their claim is that Diaz misrepresented what Kimkins was through “false and misleading information” and that this violates a California law which gives courts the license to “provide relief from unfair, unlawful, and fraudulent business practices.” If you purchased a membership to Kimkins during the alloted dates, then you are automatically included as a member of the class and may be able to collect reimbursement for any subscription fees paid to Diaz and Kimkins for the “lifetime membership” she promised.

There are an estimated 40,000+ members of this class action lawsuit against Diaz and Kimkins, so please contact the attorneys for the plaintiffs in writing with any questions and be sure to include both your e-mail address and telephone number in your written correspondence:

John E. Tiedt & Marc S. Hurd
Tiedt & Hurd
980 Montecito Drive, Suite 209
Corona, California 92879

Michael L. Cohen
Michael L. Cohen, a PLC
707 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 4100
Los Angeles, California 90017

Ray Moore
Moore Winter McLennan LLP
701 N. Brand Blvd., Suite 200
Glendale, California 92103-4232

For more information on the actual litigation involved in this class action lawsuit Case RIC483005 of Fenderson v. Diaz, please CLICK HERE and type in GUEST for the operator code with no password required and look up by the case number or name search. We’ll continue to follow the developments in this story as they unfold.

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