Report: #1380068

Complaint Review: Diamond Cavazos

  • Submitted: Mon, June 19, 2017
  • Updated: Mon, June 19, 2017
  • Reported By: Tired of Diamond — San Diego California USA
  • Diamond Cavazos
    13417 SUTTER MILL RD
    Poway, California
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  • Category: Liars

Diamond Cavazos Diamond Rivas, Diamond Cavazos, Demetrius Gater Professional Victim. The professional victim cannot take responsibility for his or her own shortcomings and life failures, so they claim to be a victim of circumstance and/or othe Poway California

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Concerned....

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Truth of Matters

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DIAMOND ELLA CAVAZOS is a professional victim cannot take responsibility for his or her own shortcomings and life failures, so they claim to be a victim of circumstance. She will file a frivolous lawsuit that is filed with the intention of harassing, annoying, or disturbing the opposite party. Her custom and practice fits the profile of a person who files lawsuits to gain attention to fulfill her need of feeling entitled.

On or about August 7, 2012, Mr. R. received a tax refund that Defendant felt belonged to her. RIVAS refused to give her the money; DIAMOND threatened to go to RIVAS’ commanding officer if RIVAS did not turn over the money. DIAMOND called the Command Staff and complained about RIVAS multiple times. Thereafter, DIAMOND contacted RIVAS’ girlfriend via facebook and falsely accused him of cheating on her. Ultimately, RIVAS obtained a restraining order against DIAMOND in San Diego Superior Court Case DN-165167. [continued below]....


In 2012, DIAMOND paid a bail premium to bail out of jail. She owed money on that bail bond and refused to pay. She sued Bad Boys Bail Bonds in San Diego Superior Court Case 37-2013-00033478-CL-NPCTL, claiming unlawful debt collection practices. That case was dismissed.

In 2013, DIAMOND was caught misappropriating money from her employer, WELLS FARGO bank. When supervisors questioned the money shortages, DIAMOND claimed she was being sexually harassed and attacked by specific female co-workers. After supervisors determined there was insufficient information to support her complaint, DIAMOND started a website and publicly identified the people she claimed harassed and attacked her. As a result, the good names of several young female employees are now falsely portrayed as sexual attackers and lesbians on the internet. Ultimately DIAMOND sued Wells Fargo Bank and the female staff in the United States District Court, Case Number 13-4626.

In 2015, DIAMOND was fired from her employment with Ashford University, LLC in San Diego. After several problems, her employment was terminated. As a result, she filed a class action complaint alleging, among others, failure to pay minimum wages, failure to pay overtime, failure to provide rest breaks, failure to provide meal periods, and others. That lawsuit was filed in the San Diego Superior Court, Case 37-2015- 00020788-CU-OE-CTL.

In 2016, DIAMOND received credit and failed to pay. She sued Southwest Credit Systems LP in case number 37-2016-00012123-CLNP-CTL. In that case, she claimed the defendants committed violations of the fair debt collection practices act.

In 2017, DIAMOND was terminated from her employment at United Education Institute. In turn, she filed a lawsuit alleging the exact same causes of actions alleged against Ashford University in 2015.

In 2017, DIAMOND sued Iron Law because she felt she did not get the results of the services she wanted. Court records on file show DIAMOND filed false police reports, multiple negative YELP reviews, complaints with the BBB, Franchise Tax Board, Attorney General, State Bar, and Thumbtack. There, she claimed a Piru Gang Mamber was innocent, even though multiple people identified him as the person who killed one person and attempted to kill two others. 

The moral of the story is DO NOT HIRE OR BE HIRED BY DIAMOND unless you are prepared to be a victim of her rants. 

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AUTHOR: Diamond - (USA)

 To the safety and welfare of the general public prior to hiring Jesse Adrian Wagner from Iron Law, Southland Court services or any businesss do a background check on him please. 05/08/1975.

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AUTHOR: Diamond - (USA)

 If you check the BBB you will see where he posted the same thing about another gentlemen. I tried to keep my complaint professional and will keep my rebuttal professional. I didn't have a positive business experience with me Mr. Wagner, I paid for services I didn't receive. Had I received those services there wouldn't have been a complaint. Due to that matter Mr. Wagner and I had a serious business dispute that turned even more messy. It's a valuable lesson, do a background check on someone before you hire them to see their background. Make sure they are who they say they. Do they have a business lisence? References? Can they prove their creditably? Are you just going off Yelp, BBB and other social media reviews before hiring them? Why are you hiring this person, are you on a strict deadline and feel desperate? This is a recipe to be conned especially in legal proceedings, it's a very corrupt business. FYI ask a lot of questions, seek proof of what anyone says, do a background check. Don't just take anyone's word for who they are even if you do a contract. There's a lot of loopholes in those, the best way to prevent getting scammed is common sense. If the deal sounds too good to be true, then it is!

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