Read This Before You Join TVCMatrix MCA! - Scam Report

Their videos are all over the internet. MCA, or MotorClub of America's recent entrance into the online sales and marketing scene has caused a stir among new and veteran sales and marketing professionals alike. Bottom Line: Is it worth your time?
June 25, 2012 - PRLog -- It should go without saying - Any new business opportunity should be thoroughly researched before you invest your valuable time and/or money into it. If you are thinking about signing up with MCA/TVCMatrix, read our report before you decide. The research has been done for you.
      First, an overview of how their sales program works. The MotorClub of America sells membership packages based on three tiers of coverage - MCA Total Security. MCA Total Security Gold, and MCA Total Security Platinum.  Members enjoy increased coverage outside of their regular auto insurance. Here is a list of some of the services MCA offers:

- Travel and Accommodation Discounts
- $50,000 Hospitalization coverage
- Medical, Dental, and Vision Discounts
- $5000 Stolen Vehicle Reward
- $3000 Legal fee coverage
- 24 hour roadside assistance
- assistance in fighting speeding tickets

      Regular members enjoy these and other services. But there is also the option to work as a sales associate for MCA. Sales associates must be members at one of the tier levels before they are eligible to sell membership packages. Once they are members, associates earn a 200% payout on every membership they sell. It works like this:

Associate Level     Package Price (for 2 months)         Payout (for each package sold)
MCA Total Security                       $39.90                                          $80.00
MCA Total Security Gold             $59.98                                          $120.00
MCA Total Security Platinum      $79.98                                          $160.00

      So what's the catch? For this particular business, there are none. The Company pays it's associates every Friday via UPS check or direct deposit. Claims of $400 in one week and more were investigated and verified. Take a look at the video one sales associate posted below:

      So, to answer the question,  this business is irrefutably and most definitely NOT a scam. It is a legitimate business branch of the MotorClub of America, whose home offices are located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and who incidentally, have been around since 1926 and have an outstanding reputation in the industry.

Here's another video that goes into their payment structure in greater detail:

      What MCA is currently offering is a way for people to develop a passive income, and supplement or replace their existing income. This is a ground floor opportunity that people should definitely take advantage of. Click on the link below for more information.
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