What the SMC proposes is to supply your business with products that are much cheaper than what you can find on the free market, and by selling them at the price you think is right, you can make twice or three times the money. An SMC Corp review written by a disgruntled customer will state that the profit was not made and even selling the goods at the same rate proved problematic. While this is not necessarily untrue, it is definitely not the supplier’s obligation to find your customers.
A specialty merchandise corporation review which condemns their lack of involvement misses one critical element of this business, which has more to do with logic rather than economics. If the SMC would find you the clients for the goods you buy from them and sell them the same goods for twice as much, which would be their benefit. Why not do this process themselves and keep all the profit, instead of sharing it with a partner who doesn’t do anything?