Neighbors say the parking lot at AC Coin and Slot has been quiet lately.
Usually busy with trucks coming and going, the lot now sits completely empty.
As the dust continues to settle surrounding the sudden, apparent shut down of AC Coin and Slot on Friday, employees are beginning to speak out.
After reporting the relocation of the company yesterday, NBC 40 was contacted by several employees around the country who deny that the company is moving, instead speculating that the business is shutting down completely.
One employee shared a letter from the company's human resources director informing the employee "Your final day with AC Coin will be January 4, 2013."
Employees tell us that though they were aware of the company's struggles, this notice still comes as a shock.
AC Coin begins the letter citing difficulty paying its bills as the reason for the reduction in staff, but mentions no complete shut down of the company.
AC Coin and Slot began operations in Pleasantville in 1978 according to the company website and expanded across the country and to the Caribbean.
Attempts to reach company officials have been unsuccessful.
A visit to the estate of AC Coin and Slots founder, Mac Seelig, turned up only an empty house with a for sale sign hanging in the yard.
As long the doors remain locked and the lights off at their Pleasantville location, the future of ac coin and slots remains uncertain.