HP Pavilion dv6500, is it a scam?

Hi i think my dad may have been scammed when he bought my laptop, My laptop says its a HP Pavilion DV6500 Notebook PC,with a:

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor TK-55 1.80GHZ

RAM: 895MB

System Type: 32-bit Operating system

Graphics: Nvidia nForce 560

141GB HardDrive

but when i look at the same model specs on the internet its not the same, could someone explain to me whats going on? Thanks.

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    The following example numbering is ficticious, it just serves to illustrate the techniques stores use.

    Model numbers are different depending on the retailer ( For example: Best Buy has DV6501a and Staples has DV6503c for the same model).

    This is done so you can't compare and ask for the famous price guaranty from those vendors because they will tell you it's not the same model number.

    It happened to me a couple of times. Frustrating !!!

    Is it a scam ? You have to ask the Better Business Bureau !

    Hope this guides you a bit

    QD 1956

    Source(s): My own experience
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    4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    its not. all laptops from the dv6500 series are like that. if u got somthing like a 6520, then the thing on the laptop should say 6500.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Where did he buy it from?

    If it was from a retail....print out the REAL specs and take it back to the store and demand something, as this is false advertisement or a simple mistake.

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