Based on what has been posted, it's pretty obvious the Audi dealership is at fault. Of course, it's hard to see different if they had possession of the vehicle. The responses from the dealership come across as very scummy:
“Finally days later having left message after message, [Michael] came back to us to say that Audi’s insurance would not pay the claim and we should claim from our insurance.”
When contacted by Times LIVE, Jonge Poerink said that he did not deal with Dunne, and dealt with her husband through email, and he was not aware the complaint was on Facebook.
Michael declined to comment, saying the Facebook post is biased on the side of the customer and he would not entertain media or “sensationalism around the issue”.
So, here's to hoping that they go out of business so that a dealership that wants to be a responsible entity can take their place.