I am a collector of playing cards, do I bought some Rochester, NY playing cards and when I opened them up I found Minneapolis playing cards. Not happy. However the cards do look nice. I just am not happy with what cards they were. Next time I buy cards, I'll be sure to look who made them.
This firm is a scam. They held a dinner dance event last year (February 2014)for $25 per person and claims each entry would receive and entry into a drawing for an all expense paid trip to Las Vegas. Our organization purchased 30 tickets to this event and my associates name was pulled as the winner of the drawing. She was never contacted again by CFour Creative. We finally tracked him down, this firm is just a gentleman named Captain Smith. When we tracked him down he claimed his secretary lost the winner information and that was why there was no contact. He promised the trip was real. Months went by with no contact, when my associated tracked him down again. He said it would take place March 2015. No contact for months. We contact him he says Labor Day 2015, no contact, we track him down, now he says October 2015. This "prize" was supposed to have been awarded a year ago and the winner has still not seen any documentation, prize vouchers or compensation of any kind. All he has is a one man office in a run down building on 63rd st in Kansas City and a cell phone. It is said this gentleman often doesn't even have a car. Please be advised that he advertises that his business is marketing and he claims to have partners, sponsors and successful branches of his firm on the East and West coasts, none of which is true.