A Pyramid scheme as defined on Wikipedia: A pyramid scheme is a business model that recruits members via a promise of payments or services for enrolling others into the scheme, rather than supplying investments or sale of products or services. As recruiting multiplies, recruiting becomes quickly impossible, and most members are unable to profit; as such, pyramid schemes are unsustainable and often illegal.
You don’t make money with MCA by recruiting new members but my selling the membership benefits. It is a affiliate program. You earn commissions based off of the referrals you send to MCA and those referrals purchase a membership. No further action is required. You do not have to join the affiliate program to be a member of MCA nor do you have to become a member of MCA to join the affiliate program.*
*( The affiliate program is free to join; It makes more sense for someone to sell a product/ service they use and trust, instead of someone who doesn’t use the product/services at all.)
Big companies use celebrities to endorse their products and spend millions on advertising, MCA doesn’t. Members refer the MCA services and MCA pay a commission based off of referrals. That is all!
The Services provided:
Motor Club of America offers exclusive member benefits starting at $9.95 a month. The total security package is $40 to sign up then $20 a month. The $40 covers your first and last months, and the membership last for as long as you decide to keep the services.
The reasons behind the myth of MCA being a fraudulent company, comes manly from members promoting and advertising brands and business that they have established and expanded on their own. By using MCA as a foundation they have created an assortment of “automated systems” “training” and other tools to “help others succeed”. Most of which are done cheaply and rushed so the final product reflects that, by looking cheap and unprofessional. Most of these members are in it for the quick sell, and generally wont respond to messages of skepticism or negativity. This leads to an overwhelming sense of “it has to be fake”. But that’s not necessarily the case, that is just their approach to selling the services, which in my opinion isn’t the best way to go. Transparency and being upfront about the services and referral program, gives your business a more realistic approach and you become more professional.
New Member testimonials
*Listen to the people who are working hard and seeing results! Don’t listen to the negative people who never took a risk in their lives!*