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Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC)

A SMART SERVICE FOR FOREIGN CUSTOMERS

With Dynamic Currency Conversion, your customers can choose in the terminal whether they want to pay in local currency or their own. Worldline takes over the currency exchange from the customer's bank and provides a competitive exchange rate.
  • For foreign customers

    In our terminals, you can let customers pay in over 80 different currencies.

  • Guaranteed exchange rate

    Foreign customer receives higher flexibility and a guaranteed exchange rate.

  • Easier to report expenses

    Customer knows the exact purchase amount and get receipts in their own currency.

  • Get paid in your currency

    As a merchant, however, you always get paid in your local currency.

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How it works

WHAT IS DCC?

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1. International card transaction is started

Your customer puts their card in to the terminal to make a payment.

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2. Currency check

Worldline does a check up to see which currency the card is connected to.

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3. Payment amount is shown

Your customer will see the currency in both local currency and their own.

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4. Pick currency

Your customer chooses to pay in their own currency in the terminal.

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5. Conversion

Worldline will send the transaction in the customers currency to their bank.

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6. Done

The terminal will verify that the transaction has gone through.

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This is an example on how it may look in your terminal. Please note that the exact interface may vary across terminal models.

How is the exchange rate updated?

Worldline provides an updated, competitive exchange rate. The exchange rates are being updated 6 times a day, to ensure an updated exchange rate.

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What is shown on the receipt?

On the customer receipt, they will see the purchase amount in local currency, their own currency, exchange rate, exchange fee, terms and their chosen option.

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FAQ


What is Currency Conversion (DCC)?

Currency Conversion is a service that is included in your terminal from Worldline.


How does it work?

Worldline takes over the currency exchange from the customer's bank and provides a competitive exchange rate.


What currency is shown in the terminal?

For customers with cards connected to a currency that Worldline Currency Conversion supports, the terminal will show the amount in both the local and the customers currency. The customers currency will include the exchange fee.


What are the customer benefits when they pay in their currency?

The customer gets a guaranteed and competitive exchange rate and it is easier understood exactly what the payment amount will be.

The receipts are also more easily administrated to report expenses from business trips.


What should I recommend?

Recommend the customer to pick the currency themselves.


Are there any fees for the customer when using DCC?

The customer will pay a fee, that is included in the payment amount shown in the terminal.


What currencies are supported by DCC?


For VISA, MasterCard & Maestro

  • (AUD) Australian Dollar
  • (BHD) Bahraini Dinar
  • (CAD) Canadian Dollar
  • (CHF) Swiss Franc
  • (CNY) Yuan Renminbi
  • (CZK) Czech Koruna
  • (DKK) Danish Kroner
  • (EGP) Egyptian Pound
  • (EUR) Euro
  • (GBP) British Pound
  • (HKD) Hong Kong Dollar
  • (HUF) Hungarian Forint
  • (ILS) Israeli New Shekel
  • (JPY) Japanese Yen
  • (KRW) South Korean Won
  • (LKR) Sri Lanka Rupee
  • (MYR) Malaysian Ringitt
  • (NOK) Norwegian Krone
  • (NZD) New Zealand Dollar
  • (PHP) Philippine Peso
  • (PLN) Polish Złoty
  • (SAR) Saudi Riyal
  • (SEK) Swedish Kroner
  • (SGD) Singapore Dollar
  • (THB) Thai Baht
  • (USD) US Dollar
  • (ZAR) South African Rand

For MasterCard & Maestro only

  • (AED) United Arab Emirates Dirham
  • (AFN) Afghan Afghani
  • (ALL) Albanian Lek
  • (ARS) Argentine Peso
  • (AZN) Azerbaijanian Manat
  • (BAM) Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark
  • (BBD) Barbados Dollar
  • (BDT) Bangladeshi Taka
  • (BMD) Bermudian Dollar
  • (BND) Brunei Dollar
  • (BOB) Bolivian Boliviano
  • (BRL) Brazilian Real
  • (BSD) Bahamian Dollar
  • (BWP) Botswana Pula
  • (BZD) Belize Dollar
  • (CLP) Chilean Peso
  • (CRC) Costa Rican Colón
  • (DOP) Dominican Peso
  • (DZD) Algerian Dinar
  • (GEL) Georgian Lari
  • (GTQ) Guatemalan Quetzal
  • (HNL) Honduran Lempira
  • (HRK) Croatian Kuna
  • (INR) Indian Rupee
  • (IQD) Iraqi Dinar
  • (ISK) Iceland Krona
  • (JMD) Jamaican Dollar
  • (JOD) Jordanian Dinar
  • (KES) Kenyan Shilling
  • (KWD) Kuwait Dinar
  • (KZT) Kazakhstani Tenge
  • (LRD) Liberian Dollar
  • (MAD) Moroccan Dirham
  • (MDL) Moldovan Leu
  • (MKD) Macedonian Denar
  • (MOP) Macanese Pataca
  • (MUR) Mauritius Rupee
  • (MXN) Mexican Peso
  • (MZN) Mozambican Metical
  • (OMR) Omani Rial
  • (PEN) Nuevo Sol
  • (PKR) Pakistan Rupee
  • (QAR) Qatari Rial
  • (RON) Romanian Leu
  • (RSD) Serbian Dinar
  • (SAR) Saudi Riyal
  • (SCR) Seychelles Rupee
  • (TND) Tunisian Dinar
  • (TRY) Turkish Lira
  • (TTD) Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
  • (TWD) New Taiwan Dollar
  • (UAH) Ukrainian Hryvnia
  • (UYU) Uruguayan Peso
  • (XCD) Eastern Caribbean Dollar
  • (XOF) West African CFA Franc
  • (YER) Yemeni Rial

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