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PHILADELPHIA, June 9— A company that specialized in collecting debts for calls to telephone-sex lines extorted more than million by threatening to inform spouses and employers about clients' debts for the calls, Federal prosecutors said today at a news conference.Some victims said they had never called the sex services but had paid the collection agency to avoid embarrassment, according to complaints made to state and Federal authorities."Very often, to avoid embarrassment or disclosure of the nature of the calls, the victim would pay whatever was initially demanded," Mr. About 125 people, realizing "that these demands might never cease," complained to state and Federal authorities, Mr. The complaints began soon after the company went into business two years ago; in May 1993, the State Attorney General's office negotiated a voluntary agreement with the company.In the agreement, the company did not admit guilt, but it agreed to comply with all debt-collection laws."They are still calling our home," one consumer complained to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office last September after she had paid a bill for that she said she did not owe.

The company purchased from telephone-sex services lists of people who had charged sex calls to credit cards but had not paid their bills, the complaint states.

All UK telephone numbers beginning with the digits 09 are service numbers charged at a special rate; they are also commonly known as 'premium rate' numbers.

The cost of calling these numbers includes a service charge which is used to pay for the service being provided.

"Someone called my boss and told him that I was making '900' phone calls," another consumer told the Attorney General's office, referring to telephone-sex lines with the 900 prefix.

"I have never placed such a call," the consumer added.

The company purchased from telephone-sex services lists of people who had charged sex calls to credit cards but had not paid their bills, the complaint states.

All UK telephone numbers beginning with the digits 09 are service numbers charged at a special rate; they are also commonly known as 'premium rate' numbers.

The cost of calling these numbers includes a service charge which is used to pay for the service being provided.

"Someone called my boss and told him that I was making '900' phone calls," another consumer told the Attorney General's office, referring to telephone-sex lines with the 900 prefix.

"I have never placed such a call," the consumer added.

In those instances, the sex service's only recourse would be to collect directly from the consumer.