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

Details are limited but 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.