No. TuneCore, CD Baby and other similar distribution companies only pay you mechanical royalties for DOWNLOADS in ONLY the United States.
Outside the United States, DOWNLOAD mechanical royalties are earned but in most cases are not paid to you.
In almost every case, every time a song that you wrote is played anywhere in the world on Spotify, Napster, Beats, Mog, GooglePlay, Deezer, or any other “on-demand” service, that service owes and must pay you (not your distributor, not your label, YOU) a Mechanical Royalty.
For example, if you ever had a recording of your song downloaded in England or the European Union on iTunes, Amazon or any other download service, you earned money that is not being paid to you.
Mechanical Royalty Money for STREAMS in the US and the rest of the world must also be collected.
If you ever had a recording of your song streamed in the US, England or the EU on Spotify, Deezer, Napster or any other interactive streaming service, you earned money that is not being paid to you.