Home income system reviews

Program: Work from home system , MCA


Owner: John no last name

Price: $40

There are many programs currently promising people incomes of up to a thousand a week. Other programs go even further to say you can make 7 figures with there top secret methods.

Before you jump feet first into any such programs, do your homework. If it sounds too good to be true,then it probably is a scam.


Today I am writing a review of the home income system as advertised by a certain John last name unknown.

In his video he talks about a work from home program that is top secret and helps members make thousands a month as referral agents.


He even shows men and women stating how they make thousands a week as agents.

He explains that no education and experience is required. Plus you will be able to work when and how you want and as much or little as you want. You won’t have to make any calls or take any calls to make money and you won’t have to sell anything.


Towards the end of the first video, he reiterate the importance of the program and states that only 100 people will be accepted and if you don’t hurry and sign up, you will lose your spot.

Upon giving them your email address and number, you get access to the second page and video that tells you about MCA (motor club of America).


What is MCA all about?


MCA is a very old organization which is kinda like the AAA. They offer road side assistance to members and other services including limited medical services.

MCA is legal but the way some of its members including this John person promote it,  makes it look like a scam.


The hype is unrealistic. What he calls referral agents are actually affiliates of the program.

You see, you can join their affiliate program and make money when you refer people to MCA.

You will however not make any where close to the kind of money you are promised. And if you make money with them, it won’t happen in a week. It will take a while and by this I mean a year or more.


When you eventually make money, it won’t be in the thousands.

In the first video, John says they have room for 100 people. By the time you get to the second video, the number is down to 47.

Now he tells you to hurry and pay your $40 to secure your position.


This is total B.s. because there is no limit at MCA. You can join their affiliate program when ever you are ready.

One thing that has always troubled me about MCA is how they say they pay 200% commission.

This is unrealistic because it means every time someone joins and pays their $40, you get paid $80 in commission.


The math makes no sense because MCA will run out of money at that rate. So if this is true, how do they do it? It may be via a pyramid scheme type of system where you make money for your referrals and the referrals of those below you.

Either way, I don’t think it’s a good business model.


Is home income system a scam?


I already said MCA is not a scam, they just have a weird business model.

This however it doesn’t mean the home income system that advertises it is not a scam.

First the John in this video tells how you don’t need to sell a thing to make money.


After you give him your email, he changes his mind and says you can’t make money without selling something.

I think this home income system is a sneaky way to get your email address and phone number.

Before you know it, that email address will be spammed full and your phone will ring none stop with sales people trying to sell you yet another thing that doesn’t work.


What now?


I am not trying to be a party pooper. I am just saying it the way I see it.

Don’t be discouraged, there are many ways to make money online.

There’s affiliate marketing, email marketing, content marketing, social marketing and more.


You can learn all of these at Wealthy affiliate, starting for free and upgrading to a premium membership when you are ready.

Check out my review of this #1 recommendation here.

Cheers Denise.


  1. I have just started working with this company and he seems to ask a lot of personal questions , I am so worried it’s a scam I can’t find any info on line

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