A mysterious debit, posted March 7, 2011, showed up in this morning’s review of our Business Checking Account. Only two people can authorize payments from the Business Checking, and this debit was not authorized by either one. SKSPMT.COM was listed, in association with the amount withdrawn. An internet search resulted in redirection to a page, stating SKS Associates now owned the lease agreement for equipment used to process credit card transactions. We do not lease ANY equipment for credit card processing. A phone call to our banker got us an immediate ‘credit back’. The phone call to SKS Associates was a waste of time, as the representative refused to say who they were, why the account was debited, and, moreover, completely disregarded the fact that we DO NOT LEASE any equipment. In fact, SKS Associates is taking advantage of privileged information, questionably obtained, and is operating in complete non-compliance with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Attempting to collect a debt that is not legally enforceable is against Federal Law. A complaint has been filed with the Fair Trade Commission.