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Is Motor Club of America a Scam or Legit?

Filed in Product Review by on July 11, 2015 37 Comments



Product name: Motor Club of America


Price: 9.95/month – $39.99/month

Overall rank: 35 out of 100

Verdict: Not recommended


There are many talks going around on the internet about the company called Motor Club of America. Some people call it a scam, others call it a MLM while some people call it even a legit opportunity. So, there are different opinions, different arguments and it all depends on the angle from which you look at MCA.

Like many other opportunities, MCA promises you to make enough money to quit your job and they claim that it’s an easy process. The truth is that there is no such a thing as easy money and it requires time and effort to build a business.

I’m going to be very honest in my review: I will show you all the benefits MCA offers you, all it’s cons and at the end I will offer you a much better alternative to MCA that doesn’t require any investment.




The main idea behind Motor Club of America

Motor Club of America is basically an emergency roadside assistance service in the United States and Canada and also offers some benefits such as Travel Assistance Reimbursement, travelling discounts, trailer roadside assistance etc and plus it offers you an income opportunity.

You can earn revenue through referring other people to MCA and by doing so you can earn a commission. But you have to aggressively promote it in order to make money.


Pros of Motor Club of America

  • Theoretically you can make money
  • Support


Cons of Motor Club of America

  • The MCA price isn’t competitive
  • It takes time in order to make money
  • Aggressive promotion required
  • No real training on how to promote MCA online




Inside the product

1. First off I would like to say that Motor Club of America is a real company with real people and it provides real services.

You can either make money through selling their benefits or through referring other people that are not interested in MCA services directly but willing to promote it to other people and build a team of referrals. So, it’s up to you.

They promise that you can be rich by promoting their services and that’s true. Theoretically you can be rich and we all can be rich but when it comes to reality, only few can achieve success in what they do. They claim that you can invest $40 and make it $80 in no time which is not true at all.

And they claim that even a boy under 10 can make money with this program. This is of course not true and I think it’s dishonest and unrealistic approach. I don’t like companies that make bold claims instead of explaining to folks that they need to learn and work hard in order to start making money.





2. Though MCA claims to be legit I don’t like that they have different sites which doesn’t look serious in my opinion. If a company is reputable and legit they should have one website only. I think it does really look suspicious.

Besides that it’s a fact that their websites officially don’t belong to MCA and the only official site they have is which doesn’t look like a site belonging to a company that pays thousands of dollars to their representatives each Friday via check or direct deposit.

Anyway, I think they shouldn’t allow their representatives to create sites and make them look like official sites that belong to MCA.



3. There are different types of membership in Motor Club of America:

MCA Security Price: $9.95

MCA Security Plus Price: $14.95

MCA Total Security Price: $19.95

MCA Total Security Gold Price: $29.99

MCA Total Security Platinum Price: $39.99

MCA claims that they pay 200% commission which is not true. To be honest, I’ve never seen that a company would pay such a high %. It’s simply unrealistic. It’s easy to prove because 200% commission means that you make money even in the worst scenario.

By worst scenario I mean that refund is a normal thing and it happens with MCA too. And in fact if your referral cancels the membership before certain amount of months (17) you will lose part of your commission. All this means that 200% is not realistic.


4. I think if you really need Emergency Roadside Assistance then there is a much better alternative to MCA, a company called AAA. It’s highly reputable and legit and their price is much better. Also, companies like Good Sam and GM Motor Club offer road side service for a much lower price.

What does it mean? It means that you will have a big problem trying to sell MCA products because their price is not competitive. Anyway I haven’t personally tried MCA products and if you want you can continue your search in Google.

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5. There are also many videos online on Youtube in which people claim that they are making serious money with MCA without showing any proofs. Anyway I know that some people are making money. The fact that MCA claims that their representatives make money doesn’t comply with FTC (Federal Trade Commission) rules. According to FTC rules they must provide all required info to support their claims.


6. Another major problem with MCA is that they don’t provide any real training on how to promote their product online. The only way to promote it is through door-to-door sales promotions which is not for everyone.

Another option is that you have to promote it to your friends, neighbours etc. Does it look appealing to you? and it’s very limited. In order to make enough money you have to make enough sales and to make enough sales you must learn how to promote your product online.

Promoting a product online means you need to have your own website filled with your own content explaining to people all the benefits of MCA and by doing so you will be able to get people to join MCA. I may be wrong, but as I know building such a site is not a part of MCA training.

Explaining how to promote your site online, how to drive traffic (visitors) to your site through SEO, social media, email marketing, paid traffic, video marketing etc is not officially a part of MCA training program. They only thing that I found was which was really ridiculous.

There is no any explanation on their sites that their membership plans include some sort of training. Even if they have some sort of training most probably it will be focused on social media (Facebook, Google + and paid advertising).

When it comes to offline training I’m sure it’s good in MCA because all similar companies are strong in offline promotions. All this means that you need to join some other program that will teach you how to successfully market your product using internet and it will cost you money.

I also suggest that you contact MCA before joining and ask them if they provide a step-by-step quality training for online promotions.


7. Since MCA product is not competitive and they don’t provide any real training, all this means that things seem to get even worse and you don’t seem to have a good chance to successfully promote their product, not to mention inviting someone to join this “amazing” company.


8. Most MLMs (Multi-level companies) that I know on the internet have a bad reputation because of a complex payout scheme, expensive packages (not actual products) and tons of complaints.

When it comes to Motor Club of America, they claim that they are not a MLM company which is not true and true at the same time.

With MCA you can make money both off people you directly refer to MCA and off people referred to MCA by your referrals. This makes MCA very similar to MLM companies. It’s easy to understand why MCA has created such a scheme.

It’s because of the major problems that they have that I’ve mentioned above and that’s why they decided to compensate it through creating this type of attractive MLM payout scheme.


9. I’ve been involved in internet marketing since 2000 and know a thing or two about making money online. Long story short, it’s not easy.

I’ve been promoting a legit and highly reputable program for almost 2 years now and all I can say it’s not easy to promote even a good program which has thousands of positive reviews on the web.

When it comes to MCA, I think it’s much much harder to promote it because of some major problems mentioned above.


10. Another thing worth mentioning is that most of the sites created by MCA representatives mislead people into believing that they must sign up for MCA products to promote them. In fact it’s not true. You can sign up for free.


Final word on Motor Club of America

Finally, I would like to say a few words about Motor Club of America. The program is not a scam and has been around on the market for many years so far. It does have some cons but the truth is that some people are still making good money with this program.

Their services are not bad compared to other similar companies and if you like this type of business you are free to join it. I personally don’t like it and don’t recommend it. So, it’s up to you.

I think I can recommend you a much better opportunity which is free to join too. You can create your free account, build your website (you will be shown how to build it) and promote the same program (my recommended program) you’ve just joined to other people and earn revenue, 50% per sale.

Commissions for premium (paying members) per sale: \(8 for the first month, then $22.50 thereafter, 172\) yearly membership

Commissions for Starter Members (free members) per sale: $4 for the first month, then $11.25 monthly and $87.50 yearly membership.

You can choose a free membership and still make money. Also, you can build a business based on your passion. Doesn’t it look appealing? I think it’s a great offer. In fact, I’ve been a paying member for almost 2 years now and don’t plan to leave the program.

You can always upgrade your account to a premium and I do recommend to do so because in this case you will get a lot of benefits. Let me know if you have any questions and I will be happy to help.


Final glance at MCA

  • Theoretically you can make money
  • Support
  • The MCA price isn’t competitive
  • It takes time in order to make money
  • Aggressive promotion required
  • No real training on how to promote MCA online
  • Overall rank: 40 out of 100
  • Verdict: Not recommended


About the Author ()

My name is Rufat. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

Comments (37)

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  1. Raul Gonzalez says:

    Tvc Mca Motor Club Of America Has Never Chargerd People To Become An Associate.It Is Free To Get Started With TVC MCA Motor Club Of America.This Is A Company That Will Allow You To Start Your Own Business For Free! You Can Check It Out At They Will Not Ask You For Any Money To Become An Associate.People Should Know The Facts “MCA Does Not Charge People To Get Started” It Is Totally Free!

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Raul, I know what you’re talking about. Please read my point # 10 in which I explain that you don’t need to pay monthly fees in order to promote MCA services. I know that it’s free to get started. You can also read about it in my final verdict. Please read carefully my review before leaving your comment. Anyway, I’m still of the opinion that MCA is by far not the best program out there in order to make money.

  2. I have been an affiliate of MCA for 2 years now. I love it! I love the very simple easy format… sign someone up you get paid! How simple is that!! I didn’t have to watch 10 videos and read umpteen emails to learn the system. This is exactly what I was looking for.’
    All you do is sell (or refer if you prefer to call it that) people to the MCA system….yes they are primarily known for car assistance but they have many more benefits included in your monthly charge….I personally like having disability insurance included in it…..this gives you peace of mind for those that travel extensively.
    Believe me….I have looked at and joined hundreds of “jobs” and this is by far the simplest and best rewarding one out there! I joined MCA and signed up two people the first week and and within 7 days $80 was credited to my checking account!! No hassle. I’m being serious!!
    Join MCA if you want to make a good living with very little hassle :)

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Roxane,

      I’m glad you have success with MCA and I wish you even more success with it. I understand that you’ve made $80 in the first 7 days. I also understand that your result is not typical and the reality is that most people don’t make even $10 in the first month or even months. There are though many people that are unhappy with MCA when it comes to making money with it. From my review it becomes clear that MCA is NOT a scam. I just recommend a program that is much better in my opinion. But anyone can join MCA if they feel this opportunity is a good fit for them. In my opinion MCA is legit, but by far not the best program out there.

  3. Steve says:

    Hi Rufat :)

    You have a great website set up.

    As someone who has always been interested in making money online, I can honestly say that your articles will be of great help to many!

    I’m a software engineer by profession; but, I don’t plan to stay this way forever. It’s my desire to start a business of my own, so I can be my own boss. Your website is a very good helping tool for those who are in the same boat as me :)

    Good job!

  4. Cees says:

    Hello Rufat,
    Thanks for a really interesting concept. I would never think about have scams around like this. I understand you mentioned it is not a scam but just the idea. One thing I don’t understand is that how come in the US you can start up a site like this. In Europe not possible not allowed by the government. So or there more schemes like that in the US, since I think you do a great job warning people.
    Well done, Cees

    • Rufat says:

      I don’t see any problem starting a website even in US. There is no such a thing as internet police and anyone can start a business. But one thing we should keep in mind is that Motor Club of America is not a scam. It’s just very specific type of business and is not for everyone. And it’s not the best opportunity when it comes to making money on the internet. There are much better programs out there one of which I recommend at the end of my review.

  5. The_NathanNicholson says:

    Very interesting information. I didn’t know much about this site before your review and it did a great job of explaining the program. The format is great and easy to follow which kept me hooked in the content. I appreciate the attention to detail and the depth of research you did before hand. Thanks for the post. How can you compare MCA and your recommended program?

    • Rufat says:

      I’m glad you like my review. As for your question regarding comparing Motor Club of America and my recommended program, the difference is huge. MCA is in fact not a scam, but this is basically an emergency roadside assistance service and it’s in no way a money making opportunity. Anyone interested in this kind of service can become their customer and at the same time they can promote the same service and make money from it. I have no problem with that. But I don’t like that they position themselves as a money making opportunity. They are experts in their business, i.e. in emergency roadside assistance service and let them do their business. When it comes to making money online they are not a money making program. But you still can promote their service and possibly make money and no one can stop you from doing it. When it comes to my recommended program, this is exactly a money making training and they will teach you everything what you need so that you start your very own business online. If you need a website they provide it. If you need tools necessary for maintaining your online business they provide it. If you need support they provide it. If you want to try it before you buy it you can do it. If you want to know if my recommended program is legit, yes it’s legit. Their reputation is out of question. They have over 10 years experience under their belt. And finally I’m a member of this program and I think this is the best evidence that what I’m saying here is true.

  6. Christian says:

    I can’t even begin to tell you how I really think that MCA could “potentially” be a good program, but all in all, the necessary elements, support, transparency, and ethical behavior amongst affiliates are all missing. Gives the company a bad name! If you’re new to marketing, do yourself a favor and stay away from MCA. Do you agree with me?

    • Rufat says:

      I agree that potentially Motor Club could be a good program if they worked in their field only. In their field they have a good experience and in fact this is a respectable company. But what annoys me really is that they position themselves as a money making program which is not the case here. They provide quality service, but when it comes to making money online, how they can compete with programs like Chris Farrell, Wealthy Affiliate etc? It’s simply impossible. It’s ridiculous. MCA is basically an emergency roadside assistance service in the United States and Canada and they should do what they know best. Positioning themselves as a money making program is the same as if Wealthy Affiliate would be positioning itself as an emergency and roadside assistance service. Regarding staying away from MCA I think MCA is a good program for someone who has a passion about this type of business and have experience in this field. If they do they can achieve pretty good results with this program. If you are looking for a money making program, MCA is definitely not a good option and I honestly wouldn’t recommend it. There are programs like Wealthy Affiliate, Chris Farrell that provide full support, tools and excellent training and you can be very successful with the programs I mentioned here. In this sense I agree with you. It would be better to stay away from MCA.

  7. Tony says:

    Hi Rufat,

    I had no idea of moter club of america, I live in Africa lol.
    Your review so much detailed. I like it that you did not call it a scam since they steal money from nobody.(At the same time you neither recommend it)

    I am also involved in affiliate marketing since am not enslaved to promote just one product.

    The Sky is the Limit,

    • Rufat says:

      This is my position and there are many other programs out there that I also don’t recommend like Motor Club of America, but I don’t consider them scams either. Unfortunately, very often people call a scam every opportunity only because they want to see them like scams and they don’t provide any arguments. But people are not stupid and know what is what. I always try to be honest when writing reviews and think honesty is the best way to win people’s trust. Motor Club of America is really not a good option to start your online business. This opportunity is very specific and it’s not for everyone.

  8. John Rico says:

    I don’t get it why people always think that MLM is a scam. I think it has one of the best compensation plan that you could ever have. As for the motor club of america, i haven’t heard about it yet but based on our review I assume it is legit. Actually I am finding a MLM company that I can start with. Is joining MLM a smart choice?

    • Rufat says:

      I agree that MLM is not always a scam I didn’t say Motor Club is a scam. But the truth is that most MLMs are scams or even if not, they have a bad reputation due to many complaints. Many payment processing companies don’t want to work with MLMs specifically due to all these problems. Of course, Motor Club is legit and you can try it if you want. But what I’m saying is that if you are looking for a make money program, this one is not the one and you can invest your money in a much better way and more wisely. If you are asking my advice I wouldn’t recommend MLM because you are not safe with such programs. I’m planning to write an article about MLM opportunity next week and you can read it. I think it would be wiser if you start with affiliate marketing rather than MLM.

  9. Chris says:

    It’s very strange that this sort of rescue service will work off so many sites – I agree that it seems very strange! I’m also surprised by the referral program they have – we don’t have anything like that for emergency roadside services in my country ( UK ). It’s kinda like the AA or RAC offering an affiliate program – very strange earning opportunity

    • Rufat says:

      Yes, I agree Chris. This is what annoys me most about this program. If you are involved in rescue business do what you are doing and be authority in that field. But they promote this program such as the best money making program online and that people can make thousands of dollars. They are good in road assistance and here we don’t argue. That’s their business. When it comes to making money online, motor club of america is by far not the best opportunity out there and this is undeniable fact. No one can argue this fact. There are so many good alternatives to this program with a lot of experience in affiliate marketing that I even don’t to talk about motor club. They don’t even have an official training material on their site. What else you need to understand that this opportunity is not the best one? Anyway, anyone can try it if they think motor club is amazing. For me it’s not amazing at all.

  10. sarah says:

    Hey Rufat!

    Interesting review… I had never heard of motor club of America but that’s probably because I live in Europe lol!

    Like any MLM business, building a downline and recruiting new people (to earn more commissions) can quickly turn you into a “hustler”.

    I have tried MLM for over a decade but finally decided that it wasn’t for me. Even when they do sell a real product, earning money from it comes with too many disadvantages (harassing your friends/family/colleagues/neighbors), not caring much about the product anymore, thinking in terms of downline and not in terms of “people” (and helping them)…

    I can say that I am done with MLM and that the only thing that’s worked for me in the online world is affiliate marketing !

    I wish you all the best
    Cheers =)

    • Rufat says:

      It’s no secret that affiliate marketing is one the most popular methods of making money online and it very well works for many people including me. I’m not a millionaire, but I’m already making money on a consistent basis. I agree in regards to your statement about MLMs though Motor club is not exactly MLM but very similar to it. Like you say, they mostly focus on creating a downline instead of helping people. It’s good that you’ve tried MLM and now share your real life experience so people can learn what MLM is all about from the first hand. I support you in your decision to get involved in affiliate marketing instead of MLM. Anyway, this is a fact that motor club is by far not the best program for making money online, not to mention affiliate marketing.

  11. Angela says:

    You are so right when you say not only MCA promises you can make a lot of money and that it’s an easy process. So many of these hyped up internet businesses push unrealistic ideas, thoughts and dreams in to many weak minded individuals that are desperate to have extra money. Yes Motor Club of America might have a decent much needed product, but it is the part of the so called mlm that hurts people when they are attempting to build a business

    • Rufat says:

      Appreciate your comments Angela, MCA is actually not a MLM program. It is an emergency roadside assistance service and it has been around for many years now and provides people with the opportunity to make money by promoting their services. Just what I mean in my review is that though the company is legit it’s not well known or established in internet marketing and can’t be considered as the best option to make money online. But still anyone can join the program if they think this type of product is a good fit for them. I think there are much better programs out there and that’s why I recommend them.

  12. Angel says:

    Dear Rufat,

    I never hear of Motor Club of America before. Maybe I have but didn’t pay much attention in trying to figure out what it really was. Based upon the name alone, I thought it had to do with motorcycles in general like the famous Harley Davidson ones seen on the roads lately.

    You did a great overview outlining the Pros and Cons behind this program. What struck me as being strange was the different domain websites they have.

    They have varying membership prices too, can seem a bit confusing trying to figure out which to go for in case someone is really serious on promoting them.

    I think WA is my best place to be. Training, Supportive Community, and responsive Tech Support, what more could I possibly ask for? They were helpful in allowing me the special honor/privilege to get a website up and running. :) I recommend them as my #1 Top Pick as well. :)

    Wishing you all the best with your online accomplishments both far and near above and beyond the horizon,


    • Rufat says:

      Thank you Angel for your comment. You know Angel, talking about Motor Club as an emergency roadside assistance service it’s not bad and has been around for a number of years now which I think means something. But when I see someone trying to promote this program as an excellent option to make money online I suppose they look a bit ridiculous. As you can see a few so called successful people that have had success with Motor Club have asked me a few questions in the comments and in fact I gave them my reply and none of them have responded so far. I really wonder why? I think they simply can’t give any concrete answers because I responded with real facts that they can’t deny, especially in my reply to Jade. Like you I recommend WA and it will be always my #1 recommendation because they are real guys without gimmicks or unrealistic promises.

  13. Ahmad says:

    Wow, it still amazes me that people can read a whole review like this and still call it a scam… Or call the author a scammer for not recommending it!

    Anyway, to the point. I’ve known about MCA for quite a while now, but I’ll admit this is the first time I actually read a review on it. But based on what I read here, I agree with you. I wouldn’t recommend it either.

    So thanks for your honest review. I hope you make many more like it. You’re good at it :)


    • Rufat says:

      Thank you Ahmad for your comment. I agree that some people are really strange. As you can see from the previous comment left by Jade, this guy claims that my review is not honest or accurate. I asked him a few questions but unfortunately he hasn’t answered my questions. First off it’s a fact MCA is not an established company in affiliate marketing and can’t claim to be a proven make money opportunity. They are specialized in roadside emergency assistance and let they do their job. Secondly, it’s my website and it’s my right to recommend a product or not. I don’t recommend it for a number of good reasons and because there are much better alternatives out there.

  14. Jade says:

    I can’t believe how people who have never tried a thing can make such remarks about something they have never tried. I also can’t believe that people listen to other people without doing their own research. That’s how people stay broke! Listening to others. Whenever someone has to be right and the other person or business has to be wrong- that’s the scam! I have been in MCA since 2012 and have seen how the business and the products work. They have towed my car twice- and AAA was the provider that picked my car up.. Some people want others to train, read, and lead them all the way! #really? Be blessed in doing your own thing..don’t tear down others. MCA is a good company.. try it and refer somebody.. it’s only $40.00 and there is training in your back office- but you wouldn’t know.

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Jade, I’m sorry I was busy and couldn’t reply to your comment yesterday. I’m really happy that you have a good experience with MCA and I wish you every kind of success in your life and your business.

      First off, I would like to say that I didn’t say in my review that MCA was a scam. It provides specific services and anyone can take the advantage of their services. I don’t see any problem here.

      MCA prices are not competitive enough and this is a fact. When it comes to taking advantage of MCA as a money making opportunity it’s a fact that this program is by far not the best opportunity on the internet.

      MCA is mainly a company that provides emergency roadside assistance service and it has never been established as a company that teaches folks how to make money through affiliate marketing.

      In my review I mentioned that when it comes to offline, i.e. door-to-door promotions MCA has a good experience.

      I also mentioned in my review that I suggest that you contact MCA before joining and ask them if they provide a step-by-step quality training for online promotions.

      In my review I also mentioned that I could be wrong, but as I know building a site and learning online promotional methods is not a part of MCA training.

      Also, there is no any explanation on MCA official site that their membership plans include some sort of training.

      If you say that MCA teaches you online promotions and provides a quality training then why don’t you have your own website where you can promote MCA services and make more money from it?

      Finally, I just want to remind you that I didn’t call MCA a scam. You should read my review again because your arguments are not 100% accurate. And I would be grateful if you answer all my questions.

  15. JohnCWS says:

    I was doing some research on Motor Club of America and ran across your article. I was skeptical at first with all the glam and fortune they promise. After reading your article I’m probably going to have to avoid it. The truth is that nothing happens over night. It takes time to build an online business. I will have to consider other avenues of services! Thanks!

    • Rufat says:

      I’m happy to know that my review was helpful. I understand why you were skeptical because motor club of america is a bit controversial opportunity and it’s easy to figure out at first if it’s worth your time or not. In general, the program is legit but it’s by far not the best program and that’s why I don’t recommend it. I agree that it takes time to build a business and instead of wasting your time with motor club it’s much better to find another program with a better training and support.

  16. Bishop says:

    After reading your post, I can safely say that Motor Club of America is definitely a scam. I can’t understand why the government allows these companies to operate and not do anything to stop them.It really makes you wonder.

    I hope government officials grab a hold of this article and do some investigation into this company and eventually shut them down. Thank you for sharing this information with us.

    I took a look at your #1 Program to make money, how long would someone see some profit after they join Wealthy Affiliate?


    • Rufat says:

      Bishop, I’m sorry but I have to admit that you misunderstood my article and I never called this program a scam and it can’t be. The program is legit but it’s very specific and is not for everyone. As for my recommended program it’s not a get rich quick scheme and you should allow it 6 months to 1 year before you can start to see consistent income. If you want to start seeing a few thousands per month then you need to allow it full 2 years approx. This is very realistic and far from bold claims and false promises. In fact, many successful internet marketers can affirm my statement.

  17. Daniella says:

    Hi Rufat,

    That’s an awesome article, I really liked it. I can feel in your writing that you are a honest person!
    I did not know much about MCA company until I read your article. As I don’t live in America, and never heart of them in my country, so I can not tell anything about it.The only thing I can say is that I became a member of Wealthy Affiliate in may 2014 and that I am really happy I did subscribed ! The support is awesome, as well as the training . No regret at all.

    Thank you for your great article

    • Rufat says:

      Thank you Daniella for your comment and I’m happy you appreciate my being honest. I really spend over 6 hours to research on this company since I didn’t want to call it a scam because I don’t like it. Unfortunately many people call most of the programs they come across and have no clue about as scams which is dishonest in my opinion. Motor Club of America is definitely not a scam and you probably can make money if you are have interest in this type of business and are willing to invest time and effort but you shouldn’t expect quick results. Anyway, this program is by far not the best opportunity out there and that’s why I recommend another program at the end of my review, the same program you mention in your comment.

  18. Adrian says:

    MCA, another company I see around a lot that I advise people to avoid at all cost. They do provide a real service, but they are way overpriced, and many of their members exaggerate claims or outright lie. If anyone is reading this and considering joining, then move on. MCA is not the best choice.

    • Rufat says:

      Thank you Adrian for your honest comment. I agree that MCA does provide a real service but their price is really high and many their members tell people fantastic stories about making thousands of dollars. I can’t say that they are lying to people and probably some of them are making money but like you say and I totally agree with you that MCA is very specific business opportunity and definitely is not the best option out there. Most people that join MCA do so because they need their services and have no any interest in promoting this company while many others join it only for the sake of promotion. Anyway I think move on is a good answer keeping in mind many other viable opportunities.

  19. Igor says:

    Hi Rufat, this is a great review. Should be many more sites like this one. Internet users are still not aware of all the help they can get trough honest reviews. Reviews are the best ways to avoid scams and, save money and what is most important – save time. Keep up the good work.

    • Rufat says:

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on my post. I agree that by reading honest review you can save yourself from falling for scams but it’s not the case here I think. First off, my review is not perfect and probably it’s not 100% accurate. But I really did my best to write an honest review and provide my readers as accurate information as possible. Motor Club of America is certainly is not a scam because this company provides a real service and they’ve been in the business for may years so far. Though some people are making money with MCA, I think due to some flaws that I’ve found in the program it’s really not the best option for a newbie. There are much better programs out there that provide a top-notch training on internet marketing and support and that’s why I really think MCA is not what a newbie should start with initially.

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