Have you ever, ever, seen a place use the term "working hours" or "business hours" referring to a unit of time?

As in, instead of saying "three business days", they said "24 business hours"?

@r000t if it's selling consulting hours I could see them selling 72 business hours meaning you get the same amount of hours but a potentially different amount of workers over x days.

An ESL support agent for a freelancing platform said that my ID verification was approved and that I'd have full account access within "24 working hours"

After 24 hours passed, I made a post on the platform's subreddit. The bootlickers attached themselves to the "24 working hours" thing and are insisting that I wait 3 days.

Can't wait to see what they say at the 3 day mark.

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