According to reports out of the Netherlands, Spyker has quit paying their employees.

According to reports out of the Netherlands, Spyker has quit paying their employees.

Details are limited but Autoblog.nl is reporting several sources have confirmed employees won't be getting a paycheck this month. While employees have reportedly faced delayed payments in the past, it appears the latest move is less of a delay and more of a long-term problem. However, employees are reportedly being promised a bonus when - or more likely if - their financial situation improves.

Spyker has remained relatively quiet lately but a large portion of the company's assets were scheduled to be auctioned off in July to settle a tax debt. However, Spyker managed to pay off their debts before the auction took place.

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