ED Magedson – Founder
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Get Weekly Paychecks MLM Partners in Crime: Motor Club of America, TVC and Get Weekly Paychecks Internet
I was applying for jobs on Career Builder when I saw something about working from home. I've been frustrated with the job market so when I saw a particular post, I checked it out. I watched the videos and ended up becoming a member of Motor Club of America $40 AND Get Weekly Paychecks $20. I gained immediate access to MCA and found it suspect that there was no real information about the auto club products, only tabs for marketing as an agent. However, with GWP, after my order went through and I was asked to create a login, it kept giving me an error message saying I was giving the wrong email address.
No matter what I tried I couldn't get onto the website and it clearly said No Refunds so I just kept trying to get on. I'm computer savvy and have helpdesk experience. I know how to follow instructions to create a login. I've done it millions of times before. I called the rep from the MCA email confirmation and left a msg, no call back. I posted a question on the website's help section but no response. They actually removed my question. I've emailed Support and have received a couple auto generated responses that does not even answer my questions or offer help. Even the response from the Director of Operations, Derek Jones was canned. They simply tell me to order it again to get to the register screen.
I think it's unlikely I'll be getting my $20 back (serves me right) but these people should be shut down. I have a feeling they wanted more than my money. They have my credit card #, address, SSN from MCA, and other info that was needed. It's a pathetic scam that I fell victim to in my desperation and I don't want anyone else to feel as stupid as I feel right about now. Just about every so called job does require an investment of some proportion and there's corruption everywhere money is involved. Just be careful out there people. If you're lucky, maybe you can make a living that isn't as illegitimate as MCA/TVC/GWP or whomever they are.
Now, I know there is a 'movement' on the web to attack any opposers of this scam so I expect to get some responses here....but yeah, yeah whatever. MCA is a hoax because they don't even have a legit website. And why? Because their so-called products are just a front. It's not about selling auto club memberships, it's about getting more people to become a member and then go out and find more members. People ARE the products AND the marketers. When you become a member the website has more info on how to get more members than it talks about the actual products. So do the reps actually get paid? Although I was put off before I could even do any work, Yes, I believe those that actually bring in more suckers, I mean agents, get paid for it.
But so do the drug dealers on the street who have to do all of the foot work bringing in clientele while the big honchos at the top of the pyramid get the real money. Getting paid for recruiting more suckers doesn't mean you're not involved in a scam geniuses. You just so happen to be benefiting from the scam....for now. The small scale success stories are simply a marketing tool. Just because you get some chump change doesn't mean it's NOT a pyramid or matrix scam folks. Compare the AAA and MCA website. MCA does not have an office you can walk into. There is no chain of command for complaints, questions, feedback. They don't even go into full detail about their products online. Not even after you're a member and they send you the email with so-called membership details, do you feel like a member of anything of a grand scale.
You get an email with links that take you to flyers about the service. I called their customer service line trying to find out more about the products and the rep didn't even know what they were. She kept putting me on hold each time I asked a question. She didn't even know what the main website was. I asked her because there are so many fake MCA websites created by MCA 'dealers'. For a business that was established in 1926, their website design is cheap, customer service is aweful and the products unimpressive. Why is that the hotel discounts are only for cheap roach motels? Is that the best they can do? How many agents have actually tried to use the services and felt protected I wonder?
Now of course it appears that MCA/TVC and GWP are two separate entities. Maybe they are and maybe they aren't. All I know is that I gave personal information to both because they were presented to me together by a MCA rep, Derek Foley (even though the email came from a Deborah Foley), as though they were one in the same.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Here's the Email I received~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Thank you for requesting information about our open position as a Referral Agent.
We have assigned a home agent to help you get started.
Their information is included below:
IMPORTANT: If you were not able to review our information about MCA, CLICK HERE (http://getweeklypaychecks.com/landingpage1.php?user=jeffreyburkey)
You Can Get Started Right Now By Clicking --> here
You may also contact your Home Agent Specialist, they will be happy to answer
any questions you may have .
Name: Jeffrey Burkey
Direct Number: 7403469450
Contact the person above, they will answer your questions and assist you in setting up your account, getting trained, and getting started generating income today with MCA and Get Weekly Paychecks.
GWP/MCA Referral Agent Enrollment
OH YEAH ..SEE OUR SIMPLE TO FOLLOW TRAINING SITE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ac5_aTHsPrI&feature=youtu.be)
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