Evergrande's woes continued on Wednesday, with the company set to miss its second bond coupon payment this month.
Sources said at least some of its offshore bondholders had not received a due payment by the close of Asia business.
The ailing Chinese property giant was required to make a $47.5 million interest payment on its March 2024 dollar bond.
That's less than a week after it also missed paying over $83 million on another bond.
It was not immediately clear if the payment could still be made during U.S. business hours.
A spokesperson for Evergrande did not have any immediate comment.
With liabilities of $305 billion, Evergrande has sparked concerns of a messy collapse that could spread through China's financial system and reverberate around the world.
Earlier Wednesday the firm said it was selling a stake it owned in one bank to help cover some of its debts.