Kimmer the Russian Mail Order Bride

Red Dress

Thanks to a very dedicated group at Low Carb Friends who spent many hours scouring Russian Bride web sites, the source of Kimmers infamous “Red Dress Picture” was identified.   The mystery woman in the Red Dress is really “Lesya” featured on this Russian Bride Site:

Is there even one person left who has not accepted the REAL after pictures taken by Slamboard’s Private I?  If you are the one person out there who doesn’t  believe the REAL pictures below, please comment – I want to hear from you.  Tippy??  You already know that I will publish your exact comments without editing.  I’d love to know what you think.  Singinglass?  Lasttime4me?  Anyone??

Kimmer Real Before and After from Slamboard

I think Becky tells it best in terms of why this Red Dress Forgery is so VERY offensive to so many people.  Please visit Becky’s blog and read her version – it sure rang home to me.

I’m glad I ended up keeping my $59.95 in my pocket.  But I almost didn’t – that Red Dress Woman was a compelling draw, and Kimmer knew it.  I hope that EVERY PERSON who joined the Kimkins web site – at whatever fee – joins the class action lawsuit.  It’s not about getting your money back, IMO.  It’s about STOPPING KIMMER and getting the money she stole from people away from her.  It doesn’t cost you anything to sign up.  You just have to provide proof of payment to Kimkins, and a few other pieces of information.

Thanks to all of the Ducky Detectives who helped solve this piece of the puzzle.  Now I am going to blog something about dogs, just to ground myself!



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12 responses to “Kimmer the Russian Mail Order Bride

  1. 2big4mysize

    thanks for helping to get the word out

  2. 2big4mysize

    hope you will update this with the real kimmer red dress pic taken this month so folk seeing the new kimmer pic on the kimkins.con site will know she is still conning them about her weight loss.

  3. BamaGal

    thanks for helping to get the word out

    but we ain’t done yet……..

  4. wildangel6

    Have you seen this woman?

    Thanks you for keeping us updated about the Kimkins Diet.

    Hopefully, no one else will fall for the Kimkins Diet Scam.

  5. Thank you for all the information and links you have shared about the Kimkins Diet Scam. It’s really amazing all the deception involved here.

    Hopefully, no one else will become a victim of this dangerous diet or be taken advantage of by this scam.

    Everyone ~ Say “NO” to Kimkins!

  6. ohyeahbabe

    Have you see this? It’s about the search for the Kimkins phony lawnchair lady photo.

    You haven’t posted in a while. We miss your Kimkins commentary!

    Please encourage your readers who were members of Kimkins to join the Kimkins lawsuit! It’s so easy – here is how to join the Kimkins lawsuit.

  7. katinsac

    Friends don’t let friends do Kimkins! Remember that cover girl on the WW Mag? Well, she learned the hard way about Kimkins and it’s dangers!! Read her blog and decide for yourself.

  8. katinsac

    Now that you know the Truth…Join the Lawsuit!!

  9. wackytobeme

    Thanks for doing helping to keep Heidi from hurting more people

  10. katinsac

    This is one of the key players in the fight against Kimkins and I think you should read her blog…don’t foget to search the webring too and see the other great info about this SCAM!

  11. katinsac

    The “Tim Worstall Tabloid Edition” says:

    November 12, 2007
    Kimkins, or the Kimkins diet has been shown up to be just another scam on the unsuspecting.

    Heidi “Kimmer” Diaz, the founder of the Kimkin’s diet – a low carb, low calorie diet – is schedule to appear in a Southern California court on Monday, November 12th, 2007. 11 former users of her Kimkins diet program filed a complaint against her one week ago, claiming fraud, false advertising, and unjust enrichment.
    The Kimkin’s scandal began when Woman’s World, a popular women’s magazine featured an article on the Kimkin’s diet.

    Ms Diaz, who was claiming to have lost 198 pounds in 11 months using her diet plan, refused to meet with the magazine in person, instead corresponding through email. She went so far as to send the magazine before and after pictures that looked nothing alike, which makes sense when people found out that the before pictures were Ms. Diaz, however the after pictures were taken from a Russian ‘mail-order’ bride web site.

    The kimkins diet advised eating just 500 calories a day. That less than concentration camp victims were getting:

    Kimkins diet followers reported hair loss, menstrual cessation, irregualr heartbeat, fainting spells, and liver damage from the starvation diet scam.

    No damn wonder! Let’s hope she’s jailed where she can get a decent diet!

  12. katinsac

    Happy 2008 All…Don’t become a stastic of the Kimkins Diet Scam in 2008. I have faith in people and I know that there are a lot of people out there that will do the research and find the horrors of the Kimkins diet, the bannings of “lifetime” members for no reason other than to take their money from them, the no feedback from Kimmer herself on the site as promised and the dangers of the starvation diet that Kimmer (Heidi K. Diaz), who never even lost the weight herself, promotes. Ban Kimkins in 2008 and find a free and safe diet site to support your weight loss efforts in 2008. The year you will succeed WITHOUT Kimkins starvation diet!

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