Motor Club of America

May 31st, 2013 6 comments

Greetings! I would like to Welcome you to the most comprehensive Motor Club of America Review. This is my clear cut & uncensored review of my experience with MCA.

Note: This is only a review and aid for potential MCA associates.If you are looking for the Motor Club of America website Click here


So Why am I writing this? Easy answer. No real reviews on Motor Club of America existed that gives you the real rundown of the company as well as some kind of support to help you make money. So..I decided to write one after gaining some experience with the company. It turned out to be a great learning experience for me, so I will be providing both pros and cons of MCA. So if you just want the fluff on how this will make you rich by tomorrow, this probably isn’t for you!

The Run Down

So, many people when describing Motor club of America, or MCA,  would compare it to the AAA (Triple A) service that  most are familiar with. Motor Club of America is licensed and operates in all 50 states and Canada and offers basic protection to full coverage to its members with 24/7 roadside assistance, industry-leading legal benefits and personal accident and emergency medical services, as well as additional coverage benefits to provide you and your family safety and security on the road and at home. Benefits include services such as:

  •  Roadside Assistance
  • Up To $10,000 Accidental Death Benefits
  •  Bail Bonds
  • Attorney Fees
  • Prescription Drug, Vision Care and Dental Discounts
  • Travel Assistance Reimbursement
  • Planing and Travel Reservations
  • Daily Hospital Benefit
  • Credit Card Protection

These are only some of the benefits that are included in one of the plans. You can learn more about benefits by visiting the benefits page or clicking here.

In addition to the coverage, people who want to make money with MCA has the opportunity to earn immediate financial rewards through advance commissions, bonuses and ongoing revenue by referring others, which is not that hard.

For each new Membership you sell as an MCA Sales Representative, you will earn an $80.00 – $90.00 commission per referral. As an example, if you were to enroll 3 people, you would earn $240.00 in commissions. Or if you enrolled 10 people, you would earn $840.00 Additional bonuses are also possible. There are several methods you could explore and implement in order to be successful. One of the best things about the company is there are always sponsors to guide you.

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Pros and Cons

So here’s the stone cold truth about my experience with Motor Club of America/MCA. I will put them in list form to be concise as possible.


  • Paid Weekly-Can’t beat this! They pay you every week and have direct deposit. probably one of the best things about MCA to me.
  • High Commission- $80 per referral is about the best commission I have ever seen. It’s definitely worth the effort.
  • Residual income-There is a matrix that allows you to earn residual income.
  • Benefits-I think the benefits alone are worth the sign up. Especially if you need coverage. The fact that you can make money is just a bonus.
  • History-The fact that the company has been around so long gives me piece of mind. They also have a good track record.


  • Limited to US & Canada-This limits the potential a bit. I have guys from other parts of the country who can’t sign up. Soon enough..
  • TVC Matrix site could use a face lift. I think the site is a bit dated and could better, but I haven’t had any issues as of yet.
  • Customer service can take a while to answer at times. Once I was on hold for close to an hour.

When it comes down to it, the pros far outweigh the cons when taking all factors into consideration. My personal experience had led me to believe that Motor Club of America is one of the best online opportunities for those looking to make money or earn on the internet.

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MCA Background Check

May 31st, 2013 1 comment

So this is the part I like to call the “background check”. We will look at the history of Motor Club of America, as well as it’s present state in order to provide some  insight on the legitimacy of the company. One of the things I noticed while doing research into the company is that they have been around for a while. Around 86 years to give a timeline. When you look a little deeper, it seems a man by the name of  William W. Green is responsible for creating the company.

Born in Atlantic City of Russian immigrant parents, Mr. Green established the Motor Club of America and its subsidiary, the Motor Club of America Insurance Company, in the late 1920′s after a brief stint as an accountant. Aided by his brothers, David and Samuel, Mr. Green built the company into a major insurer and auto-service agency in New Jersey and across the country. It branched out into the hospital-services industry in the late 1960′s, building the New Jersey Rehabilitation Hospital in East Orange, N.J.

In 1986, Mr. Green and his family sold their controlling interest in the Motor Club of America and the hospital. Mr. Green received numerous awards for his participation in charitable and civic associations. Green acted as chief executive of Motor club of America from 1926 to 1986. Mr. Green died on May 29 at his daughter’s home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 92 years old and lived in Palm Beach and Manhattan. He died of Alzheimer’s disease, according to his son, Robert.

MCA Today

Motor Club of America was purchased by and is now recognized as the newest division of TVC Marketing which opened it’s doors in 1987. TVC stands for The Vital Connection and owned by a Mr. Virgil Coffee. The two work in conjunction with each other to offer both the benefits that mca has always offered it’s clients, as well as serving as a marketing engine and back office for it’s associates.


The benefits and services of MCA are only available in the United States and Canada for now. The many benefits of the company has been available to truck drivers and small businesses, then 4 years ago the decision was made to make these same benefits available to the general public starting in October of 2011. These benefits  are similar to what you would receive with a “AAA” membership package. The Motor Club of America package is said to be overall better than the benefits of  AAA. In the next post, I will weigh the pro’s ans cons of these benefits in my final review.

What is Motor Club of America?

May 31st, 2013 No comments

There has been a lot of talk about Motor Club of America online as of late, and my colleague urged me to immediately check into this system and if it was worth it. I’m sure you probably heard of the company or the associates opportunity if you have some type of marketing experience online. In this section we will break down the basics of what Motor Club of America has to offer and how it can benefit you in obtaining coverage you may need, or make you money! In the final post, I will give a full review with all my actual experiences with the program.

So what is Motor Club of America?


MCA has been around Since 1926 providing insurance and roadside assistance to the general public across the United States and Canada. They offer some of the best benefits and services with their memberships. They have a very long list of coverage they offer. Here are some; Discounts on prescription drugs, Vision, Dental, Hotels/Motels, Car Rentals, Hospitalization benefits, $5000 Stolen Vehicle reward, Emergency Travel Expense, Legal Expenses, Credit Card Protection and much more. For further elaboration on benefits click here. I will also cover more on this later.

Yes, You can also get paid!

What makes this company different from other Motor Clubs such as AAA is that they have a referral/Associates program for their members to earn income referring their benefits and services packages. Motor Club of America referral program has one of best compensation plans of any network marketing program in my opinion. I’ll cover more on this later. For compensation plan info. click here

In the next post I will cover more on the Background information on the company, followed up by a complete review and my personal experiences with their coverage & referral program.