Motor Club of America Scam | Legitimate Business Opportunity?
The Motor Club of America Scam (or MCA SCAM as it is sometimes called) is one of the first thoughts that cross people’s minds when they first hear of something for the first time or they don’t have sufficient understanding of the subject matter. I suppose this is a natural “self-defense” mechanism that should give anyone pause to further research any potential online business in order to determine if there is something unscrupulous afoot (that is only wise is it not?). Hopefully this article will put your fears to rest and stop the Motor Club of America Scam in its tracks.
No doubt you’re here because you have been searching for more information about MCA and you’re doing the right thing by patiently performing your due diligence (hats off to you!).
While it is my pleasure to announce that nothing could be further from the truth, the purpose of this article is to hopefully shed some light on the topic. I have always considered (and given great value to the fact) that a person can only make an informed decision based on good quality content that is accurate and relevant to their search.
So, without further ado, allow me to address some key points that should totally crush any misconceptions about your Motor Club of America Scam concerns:
Motor Club of America (MCA for short) has been in business since 1926. Their corporate headquarters is located in Oklahoma City. Obviously, having been in the trenches for 86 years, they have established themselves as a well respected and trusted company within that period of time. MCA currently services drivers in the US and Canada…so, whether you’re driving a dog sled team in Anchorage, Alaska (that’s a joke by the way) or sipping Mai Tais down in Key West, Florida—MCA has you covered…and covered in a BIG way.
Consider this: If the Motor Club of America scam was true, could they provably offer a wide variety of products and services to drivers (and non drivers) throughout the US and Canada such as these?
Emergency Road Service, Travel Assistance Reimbursement, Trip Planning and Travel Reservations, Arrest Bond, Bail Bonds, Attorney’s Fees, Stolen Vehicle Reward, Credit Card Protection, Discounts on Prescriptions, Vision and Dental, Emergency Reimbursement Benefits, Daily Hospital Benefit, Accidental Death Benefit, and a Travel Assistance Program?
Honestly, how people can remotely think the Motor Club of America Scam is true boggles the mind.
The Motor Club of America benefits don’t end there however. By becoming an MCA member, privileges also include the Motor Club of America associate networking plan in conjunction with the TVC Matrix Corporation (TVC is the acronym for Trucker’s Voice in Court). TVC Matrix is the website by which an associate can use to navigate and perform all of their back office tasks as they relate to their business.
Co-joined, the TVC Matrix and MCA “Motor Club of America” benefits each member with an unprecedented compensation plan that is taking the network marketing community by storm.
Obtaining full Motor Club of America “MCA” benefits along with becoming an MCA business associate can provide a sizable earning potential for anyone. People from all walks of life can benefit not only from purchasing a product they can actually use, but also profit from MCA by referring others to the company. From your stay at home Moms to senior citizens, to college students, to part-timers, to people who are without a job, to people who want to kiss their job goodbye (that would be me of course!) to experienced network marketers who immediately see the value in this business and realize it is one of the best ways to make money online—all the while having the peace of mind that their Motor Club of America membership provides.
It only cost $38.90 (first 2 months prepaid membership) to become a “Total Security Member” with Motor Club of America, and $19.95 per month thereafter. Now the compensation plan offered by Motor Club of America is by far the most lucrative above any within the industry (200% commission for every $38.90 referral—now that is something!).
Well, being as generous as that, no wonder your mind goes immediately into Motor Club of America scam mode!
Finally, below is a very brief example of the MCA Compensation Plan:
For 1-5 memberships sold per week for only $38.90 an MCA associate/member will receive an $80 compensation check every week via UPS or direct deposit, which means that even with 1 $38.90 “Total Security Membership Package” sale per week anyone can easily earn an extra $80 per week or $4,160 per year by simply sharing Motor Club of America’s trusted products, and services (that’s just the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg by the way).
Final thoughts on the Motor Club of America Scam:
One thing is for sure, the Motor Club of America Scam is the result of people trumping up false information based on hearsay and erroneous information. Instead, do your own research (as I did) and come to know the many benefits that MCA can offer you both as a customer and more importantly, how it can be used to successfully leverage your online business by actually putting money (yes, that funny looking green stuff) into your bank account.