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Complaint Review: Motor Club Of America MCA
Motor Club Of America MCAInternet USA
Motor Club Of America MCA Motor Club of America (MCA) www.HowToStartMCA.com MCA, GWP, Get Weekly Paychecks, Motor Club of America MCA IS An MLM SCAM. Kashiz King, Greg Perdriel Internet
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: MCA SECRET
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: WHY JOIN MCA
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: YOUR ALLEGATIONS ARE INCORRECT!!!
*UPDATE Employee: MCA not a scam
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I signed up with Motor Club Of America with promises of making a large amount of money. I was convinced that any regular person off the street could make $1,000.00 - $10,000.00 every single week! So naturally I wanted to get Weekly Paychecks like everybody else without much work. So I paid my $39.90 and signed up. I spent over $500 dollars trying to market and promote motor club of america mca.
Heres my story:
My first concerns were after investing so much money into MCA that this company is advertised as so many different companies from tvc matrix, mca, motor club, motor club of america, etc. Many people who post information about videos all they do is flash cash but never show any proof that the money came from motor club of america earnings.
They seem to insult people who don't buy into the program and agree to join mca. [continued below]....
This website http://HowToMarketMCA.net charges $77.90 just to show me how to promote motor club of america and while I did learn a lot from this program itself it certainly shouldn't be a product that is sold; you'd think this would be the information people would give their affiliates when they signed up under them!
The other website: http://www.HowToStartMCA.com is while its flashy and appealing screams trouble because they are claiming to be the official source for motor club of america. Their Official Site http://tvc-matrix.us is the site you're supposed join mca with but so is every site affiliate site created for mca.
The aggravating claim is that you are commission based only. You will only earn money based on the facts that you have to convince people to buy into a program just to make money versus it being about selling a great product that provides automotive coverage. Has anyone even used MCA's Auto Coverage? The answer is no! I called them when my tire blew out just to see how great their service is compared to others and they refused to help me because it was a "nail" in my tire? What kind of BS is that!?
What I don't get also is how this company who is known to sell only to make money through its affiliate program can charge so much in comparison to others like AAA, why is motor club of america so expensive!? They reel people in they forget their paying this $19.95 a month but their not making much if they did than there'd be more proof….
This is a pyramid scheme if you really look at it and a scam system that is cleverly disguised as a real product! Their all sneaky, thudded out, tricky, snake oil gangsters that are not doing anything but trying to steal money from you!
Whats funny is if you ever said anything to any of them about motor club of america they'd fly off the handle and get extremely aggressive… Just watch they will surely fire back about how its not a scam but no matter what they say don't buy into their hype, crap, garbage, because its nothing but that crap, garbage, lies, deceits!
How many people are rich from MCA's affiliate program? Not one…. save your money and stay away from these shady scam artists….
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/12/2013 01:44 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Motor-Club-Of-America-MCA/internet/Motor-Club-Of-America-MCA-Motor-Club-of-America-MCA-wwwHowToStartMCAcom-MCA-GWP-Get-1050317. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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