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Aldeburgh holiday company creditors meet owner

25 April 2014 Last updated at 14:15 BST

More than 220 people and businesses owed thousands of pounds by a holiday lettings company have been told there are no assets in the firm.

Prime Holiday Lettings went into voluntary liquidation last month, leaving debts of more than £500,000.

Creditors were told at a meeting on Thursday that they would not get their money back on bookings for the company's luxury Suffolk properties.

Company boss Sheila Moore claims she is owned nearly £280,000.

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