What Is/Should Be A "Business Day?"

suzecat

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Looking for feedback on the following issue:

A "business day" is defined as any day a business is open for business? Right? So, if a casino is accepting deposits and allowing wagers to be placed, they are open for business, right?

It seems a lot of casinos use "business day" to mean Monday through Friday. However, if they are open seven days a week (accepting deposits and allowing wagers), should they process transactions (withdrawals) seven days a week? Conversely, if they want to abide by a Monday-Friday schedule of processing withdrawals, should they also follow the same schedule for accepting deposits and wagers? In other words, if they are open for business to take my money and my bets, should they also be open to pay me my winnings?:confused:
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
CAG
MM
Quite

It doesn't seem to bother Phoenician that Sunday is not a "Business Day". If they can process instantly to Neteller through an automated interface I expect the others could too! They could even save staff as no-one will have to answer calls to have withdrawals flushed.

I am hoping that Phoenician have opened the floodgates for all MG outfits to include this option. The assumption that this could not be continued due to MG software differences when they converted are no longer holding them back. This should also give players more confidence as they are in charge of instantly flushing their own money straight to Neteller.
I had intended to try it out this weekend, but sadly the games were playing poorly, so I have not had the opportunity:(
 

peralis

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webmeister
suzecat said:
Looking for feedback on the following issue:

A "business day" is defined as any day a business is open for business? Right? So, if a casino is accepting deposits and allowing wagers to be placed, they are open for business, right?

It seems a lot of casinos use "business day" to mean Monday through Friday. However, if they are open seven days a week (accepting deposits and allowing wagers), should they process transactions (withdrawals) seven days a week? Conversely, if they want to abide by a Monday-Friday schedule of processing withdrawals, should they also follow the same schedule for accepting deposits and wagers? In other words, if they are open for business to take my money and my bets, should they also be open to pay me my winnings?:confused:

Stop being silly :rolleyes:

Everybody knows what business days mean - you are just looking for a fight.

In Israel Friday and Saturday are the weekend - where I am Saturday and Sunday are..
Which ever way you want to look at it.. it still boils down to 5 days a week..

CHILL!!
 

webber286

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webmeister
It is an interesting point, especially when considering any internet based business is technically open 24/7/365. But even internet companies have real people working for them that only work traditional business hours. Sure, there is some staff around 24/7 to maintain things that can't go unattended, but not all facets of the business are running in the off hours. Does that mean online casinos should prevent you from making a withdrawal on an off day? Not really sure either way on that, but certainly no internet business is going to refuse your money (casino or otherwise) at any time of the day.
 

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