LIFE Changes Policy Regarding Quitting and Rejoining
Earlier today, LIFE tweaked1 its policies regarding LIFE members who quit one team to join another. A member — described as Tony the Tiger in the email — who quits must wait six months before joining another team. The change is that downline members from Tony — such as Captain Crunch as described in the email — now face a two-year sit out period instead of six months.
I wonder what precipitated this change in policy. Was it designed to help the upline of the quitting member by preserving the integrity of his or her downline organization for at least two years? Does this apply to every downline of the quitting member? Put another way, if someone were four, five, or six levels below Tony the Tiger, would they be subject to the two-year sit out rule?
Some Ex-TEAM members on this site have provided testimonies on how their upline leaders raided their organization and stole entire groups from them. Was something like this still happening today within TEAM/LIFE? Is this the reason why the policy regarding quitting and rejoining was changed?
Ex-TEAM members, what are your thoughts?
1 In the email, LIFE used the word “tweek” instead of “tweak” in referring to its new change. Tweek has a very different meaning than tweak.