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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Contractor promises workers will be paid

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- We have an update on a story you saw ONLY ON 3 last night. The construction company accused of not paying its workers in full says everyone will be paid by the end of the month.

Robert Miller, the president of NC Contracting, says several issue have come up in regards to the New Brooklyn Homes public housing complex on 4th Street in Wilmington. He said in his 15 years in business he has never had a problem with workers and pay.

Miller gave us his word that the workers will get their money by March 28.

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our crew worked on this job for 3 months framing and we were paid in full every penny. this is my 4th project with nc contracting and been paid in full. most everyone on the job got paid weekly when we worked.

Can't say THAT anymore, can ya?

"He said in his 15 years in business he has never had a problem with workers and pay." Well, that's water under the bridge....

Did you think to ask him why it would take that long to get pay discrepencies corrected? Most reputable companies will get you your back pay withing a few days....

....or did you ask him why he's hiring illegals?

They are not going to pay

I bet they file Chapter 13 first. These guys deserve their pay.

I can give you at least 4

I can give you at least 4 people who Robert miller has stuck over the years and have not paid . That is plain BS on his part. They will NOT be paid. Id bet everything I have on it. He is a crooked theif

That company is a piece of

That company is a piece of work. Payroll is telling the workers that the $100-$200 total for a months work that they gave them is better than nothing. That comes out to maybe .70 cents an hour. Lets see them live off of that.