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09/29/2017
By: Jessica E.
Texas Alcohol Safety Education
The guy that runs this business is completely disrespectful, rude, and unprofessional. The classes he runs are required by adult probation, and/or the dps. If you need to take one of these classes, I highly suggest you take them somewhere else. I was 10 mins late to the last day of the 5 day class I had to take. He locked the door, and refused to let me in unless I paid another $200 on top of the $200 I initially paid for the class. He very disrespectly yelled at me like a child in front of a room of nearly 20 other people, knowing I could not defend myself without him telling me to get out and start the class all over again. He took my certificate from the teacher, and refused to give it to me until I paid him another $200, totaling $400. I passed my test with a 92, showed up every day early and was treated horribly because I was 10 minutes late on my last day. Even after explaining to him my situation regarding my 8 month old daughter. Whoever in the state of Texas lets this man run a business, needs to do alittle more research. Not including that the building he uses is run down, and completely disgusting.
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