Katy >Adult and Continuing Education > Driver Ed In A Box
5000 Katy Mills Circle, Katy, TX | Directions 7749429.775747 -95.809371
Neighborhoods: Katy Mills
The owner & management for this company are dishonest & evasive. My daughter signed up to complete their course but there were some problems & she was not able do so. By the company's own admission, although she had completed the first 6 hours of the course & they had issued the necessary certificate enabling her to get her learner license from the DPS, that certificate was null & void. When I asked for a refund, the request was denied. Because the company has its headquarters in New York & or New Jersey there actually is not anyone in Houston/Katy with whom a customer can have a face to face conversation (at least that is what I was told by a customer service representative from Driver Ed in a Box). Simply stated, this company wants to have as many customers as possible register & pay for their course. While trying over a period of a week to speak to someone within management regarding my request for refund, I did have helpful conversations with one or two members of the customer service staff. But there were inconsistencies in the information I was given by different members of the customer service group. Neither the owner or the one manager with whom I requested to speak were available to take my call over that period of time.
Save yourself the trouble & stay away from this company.
Overpriced and rude – Too expensive. Called for customer support because some of the materials it was supposed to come with weren't in the box, and the lady I talked to was rude and wouldn't send replacements, and wouldn't accept a return.
Moe's poisoned my friend – One afternoon, while taking a shopping break, My girlfriend and I stopped at Moe's for a glass of wine. Hers had cleaning fluid in it -- apparently from a display bottle that had been returned to the cooler. These people need to shut down. Stay away!
Editorial Review – Interactive CD-Rom lays out a detailed Driver's Ed curriculum for parents to follow while teaching teens how to drive safely.
shopping at katy mills mall – outlet stores are okay, good variety of food from foodcourt
Not exactly a shopaholic's delight – I love to shop and Katy Mills did provide a great selection of products but when it came to women shops, there were limited quality shops. Other than this, the mall is awesome and a great walking area!
Not so big – People claim this to be a huge mall with everything you could possibly need. Unfortunately, with only 157 stores, this is far from true. I live in Manchester, UK, and the largest of the malls in Manchester (The Trafford Centre) has 280 stores, the second largest (The Arndale Centre) has approximately 200. Katy Mills was a let-down.
Simply the best – I consider Katy Mills to be one of the best nation wide.
trendy – great stores and value
best part is it's an INDOOR outlet mall
Bargains Galore – Something for everyone. This is the only mall to which I don't have to drag my husband. Just remember where you parked.
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