Papers signed by the network’s director Paul Carmody on April 1 show the company had assets of £378,500 that were made available to creditors, but its liabilities exceeded this by millions.
Its unsecured debts totalled £3,204,494. Some of the biggest creditors include HM Revenue & Customs which was owed £240,000 in tax and £360,000 in National Insurance and Crystal Software which was owed £119,000 and P&O estates £348,324.
Nahim Rahman was the biggest creditor and owed £1m and employees of the network £45,000.
The Financial Services Authority was owed just over £24,000 and the Financial Ombudsman Service £2,000.
Mortgage firms were not the only ones to lose out as a result of the administration. UK dairy company Dairy Crest was left £75.48 out of pocket and the Fresh Ground Coffee Services £550.
The Holiday Inn Brentwood was also owed £2,800 and Feminine Hygiene £409.
The estimated total deficiency regarding its members was just over £4m, with Barclays owed just over £0.5m.
The administrators Kelmanson Costa Business Solutions, said in February that the directors of the network anticipate substantial returns to secured creditors.
John Kelmanson, managing partner at Kelmansons, was unavailable for comment today.