Is Motor Club of America a Scam or Legit?
Is Motor Club of America a Scam or Legit?
PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 08, 2012 – In recent weeks the Motor Club of America in collaboration with TVC Matrix has taken the network marketing industry by storm, especially due to the fact that Motor Club of America for the first time in it’s 86 year existence implemented an “Associate Referral Program.”
The MCA associate referral program is by far the most lucrative compensation plan within the auto club membership benefits industry.
Motor Club of America does NOT charge anyone a fee in order to become an Associate Partner within the MCA associate referral program, and this in itself indicates that the business model utilized by the Motor Club of America, and TVC is legitimate.
When a prospective MCA member purchases a Total Security Member Benefits package they simply prepay for 2 months at $19.95 which rounded off is only $40 and then the cost for retaining the Total Security Member Benefits package is only $19.95 per month thereafter. This fact should also indicate that there are NO cost associated with becoming an MCA referral business associate.
As far as the “hype” factor is concerned the Motor Club of America in conjunction with TVC has put together a VERY lucrative compensation plan that doubles each member associate referrer payout each week. When a Motor Club of America member shares the MCA membership benefits package with anyone, Motor Club of America will pay the associate member double. Let’s say that an MCA member shares the member benefits package with someone, and that person decides to take advantage of the MCA package, and purchases a Motor Club of America “Total Security Plan” by simply prepaying for two months at $40 the MCA member who referred that person to the program will receive a check from MCA for $80 in the week following either by UPS or direct deposit.
HYPE? No… MCA has built up a lot of good “buzz” since this is the only compensation plan within the industry. You may be asking yourself, how MCA can offer such an incredible compensation pan without going out of business, and the answer is this… Motor Club of America has been in business for 86 years since 1926 which means that the company is well respected, trusted, and managed extremely well, and they have done their homework in knowing that members retain their memberships for well over 2 months due to the array of benefits being offered at an affordable price ($19.95 per month) that fits everyone’s budget.
In concluding this PR the fact is that Motor Club of America is NOT “hype”, and it’s definitely NOT a scam. A company with the longevity as the Motor Club of America has earned it’s trusted name on quality, affordability, hard work, and coming through for it’s members for close to 100 years.
Get your “Motor Club of America” MCA Total Security Plan, and double your money by next week by simply sharing your membership benefits with everyone you come in contact with online, and off by visiting the link below:
Motor Club of America Now Hiring
Here are the benefits of motor club of America
Since our inception in 1926, we have been providing our members with the finest products and services available in the motor club industry. Our program has been custom designed to work with your automobile insurance, filling in the voids to provide members with complete motoring protection.
We stand ready to serve you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Please take a moment to review your member benefits you’ll receive through our program by read your Membership Contract which explains those benefits in details and makes your aware of any limitations or exclusions. Those benefits include:
We’re glad that you chose Motor Club of America. We look forward to serving you and know you’ll enjoy the peace of mind that our program provides.
Want to get enrolled go here: Motor Club of America now Hiring
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