Sms is a scam. . . Do not believe what they say! A senior area manager met with me about 30 minutes ago and attempted to explain what type of service their company provides. Nothing made any sense. He was offering for an analyst to fly out from chicago and meet with my husband and myself for free, after which he would sit down and examine our books for two days for free, and provide us with a “report” of where and what we are “lacking” for free. He further explained that unless we were completely satisfied with the service and found it beneficial, we did not have to pay. All this for free!! Obviously, this sounded a little too good to be true. I explained to him that because my husband was unable to meet with us, i would have to discuss this with him before making any decisions. This guys from sms asks “cant we move forward right now? I have an analyst who is in the area actually and because we wouldnt have to arrange for his airfare, i could drop your price to $500”. . . Wait. . . I thought this was free??? I smile, thank the guy and try to send him away. He hands me a card, writes his cell phone number on it and walks away. So i immediately google sms and try to find reviews. Thank god i came across this page. I immediately look at his card and call the telephone number provided. Not to my suprise. . . Number does not work. I call his cell phone number. . . He picks up. I explain to him that i spoke to my husband (Which i havent) and we are not interested. He asks “wow. . . Really. . May i ask why?” i wanted to tell him about the reviews i read and that im not interested in companies that are nothing but a scam, but i politely said “we are not ready for something like this. ” so he says “as a business owner you need to rethink what you’re doing” (Was this a threatt? An insult? Im not sure, nor do i care) . I want this company out of my hair. Do not fall for their horrible sales pitches. . . Scam!!