Over the years, I have observed two abuses of the use (or lack thereof) of the term prewrath.
The first abuse is using the term to describe your view but in reality it is not prewrath because it contradicts prewrath tenets. If you don’t hold to these accepted and standard basic views of prewrath, the term should be avoided when describing your view, otherwise your making more confusion. The term prewrath is popular today and many are wrongly appropriating it for their own view.
The second abuse is not using the term prewrath. For some reason, some teachers who are prewrath avoid using the term wrongly for two reasons: (1) they name their view something else, which further confuses Christians with additional rapture views; or (2) they want to “avoid labels,” but labels are helpful when they function as theological shorthand in communicating what you believe. Use the term prewrath to describe your view to aid in your listener’s learning.