DVD Company Ceases Trading

DVD rental company Chartbusters has confirmed it has ceased trading from today, Friday 19 October, with the loss of 87 jobs.

It has closed all 16 stores and entered into voluntary liquidation.

The announcement comes after the high court approved a rescue plan for the firm 18 months ago, however trading continued to drop throughout the year.

A spokesperson from Chartbusters said: "We would like to thank all of our customers for their continued business over our many years and hope you've enjoyed using our service."


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