HANOVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- WNS Global Services, a call center in Hanover Township is closed.
The place was shut down Sunday night. 107 people worked here.
In March of 2016, Governor Tom Wolf praised the company in Hanover Township after officials promised to create more than 300 new, full-time jobs.
The state gave WNS a proposal for a $400,000 dollar grant and the promise of hundreds of thousands in tax credits.
State officials say they have "recaptured the tax credits" and are trying to get back that grant money.
"A lot of promises are made that don't happen, so we need somebody that's going to stick by their word and make things happen," said Steve Kosierowski of Dallas.
According to its company website, WNS is an international company with 55 centers in countries including South Africa, India, the U.K., Poland, and the United States.
"It's just sad to see," Kosierowski added. "I know the building across the way used to be full, too, and now that one's empty now, too."
Newswatch 16 tried to contact WNS officials at corporate headquarters in India. No one responded.