MCA Motor Club of America Is A Scam
(By this man’s opinion)
Ethan Vanderbilt says some of the claims with MCA are “turn $40 in to 80 fast! So easy your nine-year-old can do it.”
Ethan Vanderbilt talks about the main commercial for this company MCA, where a young guy walks around in his mansion, getting out of some very expensive cars, and the advertisement by yelling Chechen.
Ethan Vanderbilt explains that MCA was purchased by a company called TVC Associates. There is not an official website for MCA. The official website is called TBC Associates.
MCA offers a $19.95 per month plan, which works out to almost $240 for about 100 miles of towing and various insurances, discounts, accidental death etc. Now the problem is it’s more than 2 times more than the leading AAA and General Motors.
So with MCA it’s $40 to start then $19.95 a month. However, my personal opinion is that MCA is not a scam, if what you are looking for is a business opportunity first but if you are looking only for the best roadside assistance then MCA may not be your first choice.
Now if you were promoting MCA – since there is no official website for MCA – a way that you can separate yourself from the masses, would be to get an Empower Network blog. Share some rescue stories, excess full insurance claims, and how MCA has changed peoples lives. By doing this on an Empower Netowrk blog you will bring more traffic to your page and product, bring people interested in your product and not just trying to push your product in as many people as possible’s faces.
In addition you can sell the blog platform itself. Just think about this, in Big Idea Mastermind(the leading branch of Empower Network per person) we teach you how to sell your product(whatever it may be), sell the blog as well as selling other additional products on your blog if you so like.
We give you the tools, we help you with your message and we train you well! 🙂