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Motor Club of Ameria (MCA) affiliates are probably wheeling from some devastating news over the past couple of weeks.
Apparently, MCA has decided to change their compensation plan, which will go into effect in August 2018. The new MCA compensation plan is now $35 per sign up.
Now, for affiliates who have been enjoying $80 – 90 per sign up that’s a hard pill to swallow. Many are angry and are now ready to jump ship.
Which, to be honest with you, I don’t blame them.
As per many of the YouTube videos I have seen, most of them have found success with MCA, but don’t know what to do next.
But, as with all companies…
…IT’S THEIR PREROGATIVE.
That’s the name of the game when it comes to MLMs, network marketing, and direct sales companies. As an independent contractor – you do not own the company.
And getting mad at the CEO for making business decisions is counterproductive.
That is also why it is important to have multiple streams of income.
Just like it is dangerous to solely depend on income from your job, so is putting all of your eggs in one entrepreneurial basket.
To be successful in this business, you must reinvent yourself. Nothing is guaranteed and knowing that the company you represent may go up in smoke any day now, is the first step to protecting yourself.
If you’re a current MCA affiliate, I would say keep doing what you’re doing. Don’t abandon your customers and team out of haste. Especially if you really believe in the product (Which you do right? Because why else would you promote a product or service you weren’t behind a 100%?).
If you love MCA, but don’t want to put all of your efforts into something only to see a third of the results – then you might want to start putting another plan in motion.
There are many companies out there that have better compensation plans.
So, why did MCA change their compensation plan?
I’m not sure. It’s probably just best business practice. Maybe the CEO and their accountant got together and ran the numbers and believe that it just made sense to drop the commissions.
Or maybe it was the unsavory practices of some of their affiliates, such as flashing wads of cash and making promises that they couldn’t keep.
Who knows. The change is happening – for real.
What’s next for MCA affiliates?
Some of the affiliates of Motor Club of America will probably run to another company. Others may stay and just work three times as hard to keep the checks coming.
I’m not sure, but I do know that the ones who will be successful in this transition will be affiliates who:
- Branded themselves (and not MCA)
- Found success in MCA
- Learned the skills necessary to build a team
- Were good at sales…
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