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Those look like buffer burns from someone that was trying to use the buffer to grind out the asphalt. As anyone who has used a buffer on a clear coat before will tell you, you can't stop moving it around or you will completely haze it just like your pictures show.
If they are contacting you to fix it, then by all means allow them to help. The quality of help that is offered is almost without fail better than the quality of work you will get by screaming and yelling at someone.
That being said, do NOT sign ANYTHING that absolves them of all responsibility for the problem until you are completely satisfied. If you are supposed to sign paperwork stating your satisfaction, explain that you absolutely will, but you want to see it in different types of light first: daylight, sunrise, parking lot lights at night etc.
Good luck with the results!
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