A New York man has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Zwicker & Associates, P.C. claiming the company sent debt collection letters that failed to comply with requirements set forth by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. According to the suit, another debt collector had attempted to collect on the plaintiff’s alleged debt and sent him a letter on or around May 25, 2016 that specified a balance of $34,680.27. On June 7, 2016, the defendant supposedly sent the plaintiff a letter informing him that his balance was $35,717.21. The June letter neglected to mention accruing interest or late fees, but the increase in the plaintiff’s balance indicated to him that extra charges were being applied, according to the complaint. The suit argues that Zwicker & Associates violated the FDCPA by failing to clearly disclose the amount of the plaintiff’s alleged debt and leaving him unable to settle his account.