- Report: #1044796
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Complaint Review: Motor Club of America
Motor Club of AmericaInternet United States of America
Motor Club of America MCA Members and Associates intend to scam you into joining under them so they can get commisions Internet
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: READ TAFFANY EVANS COMMENTS
*UPDATE Employee: Best post so far!
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: Help yourself
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Mca is a JOKE scammers!!!
*General Comment: Let's Talk About Motor Club of America
*General Comment: This guy
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: Misinformed
*UPDATE Employee: MCA HATERS ARE SO SAD, IT'S PATHETIC
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I am a very business savy person, but unlike many, I know one of the top rules in being successful is to do your research before you make an investment! Get advice from government officials, know the risks, and last but not least know how much money you will be required to invest and for how long!!
I was approached about MCA through facebook. Like for many of you it sounded enticing because I was told I would turn $40 into $1000's a week. That was the first indication. "Fast Money" isn't always the best money unless you like going about it in a deceptive manner. Also, if it is a real job to where you are working under someone you shouldn't have to pay money!
Of course, I had plenty of questions, which were not answered in full. I was then directed to all of the following videos on youtube so I can be made a believer that this was a real offer. http://youtu.be/Qj6wNK8gbqQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Nv4LC_YBXY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRUw5nihOVM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpfWTIXwPC8 so that "all" my question may be answered. These videos, like many videos people direct you to with this so called career, basically explain why you should join under them as a Member. All you have to do is pay $40 entrance fee, and then an additional $20/month which will be extracted automatically from your bank account! Once you do that, for every person you refer, you get $80 and for every person they refer, you get $6 off of them. Alert! Alert! This is where you should be suspicious. You want to know the truth? Well here it is:
I called MCA myself on their contact help line that I got from the site. Thank God I got someone that was willing to clear up the deception. If you do not believe me then call them yourself. The lady explained that I did not have to pay the money unless I was interested in the product they were selling. Which is basically the same thing AAA does for car services (Towing ect). She told me I don't need to pay $40 or the additional $20/month to become an associate (which is what they tell you is requiredthe so called "members/associates tell you if you plan to join to make money off of referrals). She went on in saying I didn't have to buy the product if I do not intend on using it. (Which I don't) These people are giving you misleading information so they can get commissions off of you. But why do they care, they are just trying to make a quick buck.
If you want to join for free and decide to pursue MCA as an associate, it is not required for you to signup under anyone for $$$ to become a member in order to start making commissions off of referrals.
(unless of course you need the services they are selling you but they fail to tell you that you are buying the services and the membership for them to make commision).
If you want to become a member to receive the services they are selling, by all means sign up under them to help them make commission but just know that you are automatically signing for MCA to withdraw $40 plus the $20/month for 17months. (that's right you will be stuck with this for 17months which the people trying to get you signed up under them fail to tell you).
Most of them were given misleading info and don't know they are being deceptive because the person they signed up under told them the same info they told you, but now atleast if you still plan to pursue this money-making affair I pray that you don't swindle others into signing up under you by telling them they have to pay to make money.
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