Guo Hui is one of the casualties of the crisis at Evergrande.
The cleaning company boss is a supplier to the ailing Chinese property giant.
And he hasn't been paid.
Now he's had to sell his home and his beloved Porsche to make ends meet and pay staff.
Goodbye car, he says.
Evergrande owes money to countless lenders, investors and vendors.
In all it has liabilities of around $305 billion.
And seemingly not a dime to spare for suppliers like Guo.
He says he's owed over $3 million, though Evergrande wouldn't comment on the assertion.
"I can tell you from the bottom of my heart, I haven't had a good night's rest since June."
Guo had hundreds of workers cleaning apartments built by Evergrande.
Now he says calls and visits to the company have produced nothing.
That's left him struggling to stay afloat.
He's banking on the government to do something, though Beijing has been quiet so far.
It all leaves investors fearing a messy collapse, which could ripple right through China's financial system.
As for Guo, he had intended to hand the business to his son, a plan now thwarted.
But the self-made man remains confident.
I'll make some money and buy my car back, he says.