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A couple of weeks ago, a colleague of mine sent me an email noted
“Important Notice not a joke”. Normally, this would have been sent
immediately to my trash bin, but since I actually knew this guy I
decided to go ahead and give it a look. Based on his email, he’s
seemed to be extremely excited about an opportunity that he considered
to be a “gift” from his well-trusted friend (keywords) and naturally
he wanted to pass it along to others. So I listened to a 2-minute and
a 20-minute recording, curious to see if I would reach that same level
of excitement as he did. Well did I? Not so much…

Fast-forward two weeks later…

As I prepared to attend my daughter’s basketball game, I received a
phone call. I wasn’t sure who it was, but the number shared the same
area code as mine so I answered it. It was him calling from his
landline (that explains why his caller ID didn’t show up…smh). I
already suspected what he’d might say, so I just prepared myself for
the “pitch”.

“Hey, Mike! Did you get my email that I sent to you a couple of weeks
ago? What did you think?”

“Different person, different opportunity, but similar pitch.” (Well,
this is what I thought to myself anyways)

So I asked him what I typically ask everyone else that presents me
with a new opportunity, “What kind of marketing does this company have
in place for its distributors?”

The reason I asked him this question is because I find that most
companies out there would rather “hype” you into their opportunity
rather than actually train you on how to market that business should
you decide to join.

Here are a couple of things that I believe many of you will see when
searching for Narc That Car Reviews on the internet:

1.People bashing Narc Technologies or any network marketing company
for that matter. There are those who will never understand the network
marketing industry and would rather dish out all sorts of negative
comments regarding the industry. They believe everything is a scam and
would rather complain about having no money, yet refuse to take
2.People who have built successful organizations in their own
companies and have decided to coach others to do the same with various
e-books, webinars, etc. It’s not uncommon for them to sponsor people
effortlessly into their organization.
3.Narc That Car distributors explaining how great their company is,
their exciting compensation plan, or what leaders are a part of their
If you have been introduced to Narc Technologies and are considering
joining, I’ve taken a look into the company and want to give you an
unbiased review and why I personally decided not to join. (…and no I’m
not telling you that you shouldn’t join)

What Is Narc Technologies?

Narc Technologies is a Dallas, Texas based company that has been in
business since 2005. Ford, Nissan, Toyota, and other finance companies
have been getting assistance from Narc Technologies to locate
delinquent vehicles from a network of thousands of consultants (being
you) who will submit license plate numbers into a national data base.

What Is Required Of A Narc Consultant?

This part seems fairly simple. As a Narc Consultant, it is your
responsibility to write down 10 random license plate numbers per month
from grocery stores, shopping malls, restaurants, apartment complexes,
etc. After the information has been submitted, lien holders will
crosscheck their information from their super-confidential “Watch
List”. (Ok, I’m reaching a little bit.) Consultants of this company
may become offended for me saying this, but it almost seems as if you
are being paid to become a snitch.

How Is A Narc Consultant Compensated?

There are 2 primary ways that a consultant can get paid. A commission
will be paid every month when ten new license plate numbers are
entered or when new consultants are sponsored, management overrides
will be received based on their production. I’m not going to go into
every little detail of the compensation plan, but you can find the
complete comp. plan in pdf. format by clicking here. However, from
viewing the comp. plan it seems that you will absolutely need to have
a fairly large organization if you are planning on receiving a nice-
sized monthly income. Downline attrition combined with the inability
to sponsor new reps on a consistent basis will quickly put you out of
business if you’re not taking action.

Should You Join Narc That Car?

This is entirely up to you. However, I would advise that you evaluate
this company thoroughly and make a smart business decision. Don’t make
a silly decision to jump on board just because you attended one of
those hotel-hype meetings and got overly excited about the

Is Narc Technologies A Legit Business?

You have to wonder if randomly selected license plates from narc
consultants will hold any significance to the repo agencies. How do
you actually know if they are actually paying for the license plate
information that is being entered into the national data base…or is
the real cashflow coming from the constant recruiting of people
combined with the $24.95 monthly website fee? So, is this company a
scam? Well I wouldn’t go that far, but seeing that there isn’t much of
a product involved has made me raise an eyebrow. In order to make an
substantial income with this company, the emphasis is placed on
recruiting rather than the selling of products…and well you be the

Why I Wouldn’t Join This Company

#1 -I would more than likely never join a company that doesn’t
actually show its distributors how to market their opportunity. One
thing that a lot of network marketing companies are missing is a
duplicatable system in place for its distributors. (Telling anyone
with a pulse and getting them to tell anyone with a pulse about your
opportunity is NOT a system!) Narc That Car is no different. Systems
can be duplicated, people cannot (Just ask McDonald’s). All of that
“you get 3 and help them get their 3 and so forth” is out of the

#2 – 95% of companies fail in their first 2 years and their Network
Marketing Go Live was started in July of 2009 so personally I wouldn’t
invest in a company that hasn’t shown me some type of stability.
However given their low start-up fee of somewhere in the range of $75-
$100, you wouldn’t be losing too much if the company takes a turn for
the worse.

Look if you’re a were thinking about joining this company and came
across this review, understand that it’s not meant to sway you in
either direction. If you join I wish you much success for you and your
family. Take out the time to learn how to market effectively and
literally explode your Narc Business. If you decide not to join, you
already know that there are numerous companies out there that you can
join after thorough research.

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