Perceiving MCA As A Scam?

You just got the juice on  Motor Club of America and now you’re perceiving it as a scam…

Good job.

“You’re smart.”
Because you’re not just someone to jump into a company without knowing actual information on it.

MCA has been around for quite some around, since 1926, but it only recently made a buzz because of social media. Instagram users exploited Motor Club of America with it’s infamous incredible “money pictures.”

This is where you actually might misconstrue the actual scam and MCA together.

We have rookie reps that are constantly telling you to “flip 40 into thousands.” (which you can, but it distorts the reality of the the company.)

MCA is real and is now finally Better Business Bureau accredited. The accreditation took years, but it’s more genuine to take years than to take weeks or months to give accreditation. Trust is subtle, ask your best friend you knew for years before you gave them credit for being a “best friend.”

Enough of that.

Let’s talk about the con’s of the company.

-1996 looking website (They could update for once and hire some graphic designers, they only cost 5$ on Fiverr.)
-Competition between reps, I’ve seen people try to take others sign ups.
-No base pay.
-Chargeback is accumulated once someone under joins then quits within a period. (It’s like the 90 day thing at your job; if you call off within 90 days, you’re fired.)
-You’re labeled as an scammer because of the recent exploitation of MCA throughout social media over the years.
-If you make a lot of money you’ll have to pay taxes.
-You could make no money at all.
Here’s the pro’s:

-You’re paid every Friday and it’s direct deposit.
-You could possibly retire yourself. (possibly.)
-Offers towing assistance and other benefits I’m too lazy to mention.
-It’s more pro’s but I’m too lazy to mention them, like I said.
Hope this information resonated with you well, determine your success.

I’m out.




Motor Club of America was founded in 1926 — and people still think it’s a scam.

Motor Club of America was founded in 1926 — and people still think it’s a scam. (Click that to lead to my blog where I describe this in detail.)

Can I blame you?

Nah. I was once there.

You have spammy people who’re in it just for the “get rich scheme” mindset of it and promoting it as such.

Flip 30 into 300 or 3000” — you’ve heard of it.

Here, I’ll translate it in scammer language for you..

“Sike. Free rent money for me.”

People are misconstruing the two, scamming and MCA  doesn’t correlate at all.

Motor Club of America pays, scamming does too but that’s tax free money.

Scammers will never fill out a 1040 unless it’s someone elses.

You get my point.

But the reason why you’re misconstruing the two is because we have “novice marketers” that are saying the same words the scammers do.

It’s confusing.

And people will label those who are promoting it well, as scammers too. That’s one con about the company, bad reputation from word of mouth.

And William Green is definitely turning in his grave. (Founder of Motor Club of America)

We must eradicate this way of marketing, people.

And it starts with you, yes you, once you join.
I’ll give you better methods of marketing without people knowing you’re selling to them.

Here’s what you do:

Start looking for a niche you’re trying to market to. Once you get a clear intention on what niche you’re gonna get into, get leads from that niche. Leads will eventually turn into sales.

You can get leads by:

Web two-point-owing. (As listed above)
Post Card Marketing.

I strongly recommend the first three. It’s more leverage and sustainable.

See there’s this system I use, for people to get plugged into, it’s captures the readers email, and send me their leads after they’re interested, eventually those leads turn into sales.

Sounds dope doesn’t it?

It is.

I blog for certain keywords people are searching for like “MCA Scam?” or “Motor Club of America” … I present my value to those, like you, are looking for… and get leads. Simple.

I don’t sell at all, I give. I suck at selling. I’m also introverted so I just do the lazy method.. which is what I just described.

You could see more of what I just described here. If you’re lazy like me and introverted and want sales you’ll follow that link.

See ya later, Alligator.