LEHI, Utah (ABC 4 News) - Workers from Lehi Roller Mills protested Monday.
They want the company to make good on their paychecks, with the company owing some workers up to two months worth of pay.
"My bills were piling up with interest charges and late fees," said protestor Mariela Tolentino. "My rents were due."
Sherm Robinson, owner of Lehi Roller Mills told ABC 4, "There is nothing binding them to stay here...I'm late on my rents and the other management have not had any pay checks either."
Robinson says he lost his line of credit in 2009 when the FDIC shut his bank down.
He promises to make good on all the payments.