A woman is to appear in court later this year charged with fraud offences said to involve millions of pounds.
Kankamol Albon, 40, of Smallbridge, near Bures, is alleged to have been involved in offences relating to top-of-the-range cars.
At Ipswich Crown Court on Tuesday, Judge John Devaux ruled that Albon should appear on December 9 for a plea hearing. She was not in court for the brief preliminary hearing.
The case had been committed to crown court by magistrates after Albon appeared before them in Ipswich last month.
Albon has been charged with nine offences of fraud by false representation, two of participating in a fraudulent business, two of false accounting and two of theft of cars valued at £250,000.
She also faces a money laundering charge and one of perverting the course of justice. The offences are all alleged to have taken place between June 2007 and July 2008.
Albon remains on conditional bail until her next court appearance.