I understand why you want Wolf to send the camera in for you as you list Aruba as your home.
If this was recently, then I would be very wary of that Wolf Camera or at least ask to speak to someone who's been there more than a couple of weeks.
There is no excuse for any reputable dealer to be unaware of the Nikon D5000 situation. This problem has been ongoing for months, and Nikon's Service Advisory (aka recall) has been running since mid July.
If you have a postal drop in Fort Lauderdale or nearby, I'd suggest sending the camera back to Nikon with the postal drop as the return address.
The Service Advisory work is not done by Nikon, but by Precision Camera Repair in Connecticut. I don't know if they've gotten this figured out yet, but several people have had to send their camera in multiple times.