I recall the love bombing in Amway. It was quite weird to me. I mean who says they love you just shortly after joining Amway? The relationships were basically superficial as those who left Amway were shunned and often called losers. Funny how you can go from loved to being a loser in a few short days.
Upline would justify it by saying the person leaving was breaking the relationship so it was on them. Amway leaders are good at blaming the victim. It was never about the lousy business of Amway that caused the IBO to quit. Selling generic nature products for high end prices is a challenge that the vast majority of people cannot manage.
The inability to move products and sponsor people seem to be the reason why people quit so often. Then you add in the never ending costs of paying for personal use products, tools and functions. It takes a huge toll on IBOa and the most likely reason why so many people quit so often.
It is not because They IBOs are lazy or incompetent. It’s because when they join Amway, they join a business opportunity that is designed for the majority to fail. That is the nature of MLM and Amway. You need to constantly recruit new members or the scheme will fall apart like a cheap suit.
Being that Amway is now an online business, you’d think they would be flourishing but I suspect that Amway and their IBOs are suffering because they can’t recruit new members easily. And recruitment is a red flag of a product pyramid scheme. I’m not here to condemn Amway but 2020 sales figures are likely to support my suspicions.