The Australian Federal Court by its decision dated September 4, 2015 found that Visa abused its dominant position by preventing the expansion of currency conversion services suppliers in Australia by rival suppliers of Visa. The competition agency alleged that Visa earned less revenue when a cardholder selected the “dynamic currency conversion (DCC) services” option than when the cardholder used Visa’s own currency system. Visa implemented a system that prohibited the expansion of the supply of DCC services on point-of-sale transactions on the Visa network by its rivals DCC suppliers. The Court found that the conduct of Visa effectively froze the pool of merchants that could offer DCC during the period of the prohibition, which in turn prevented the further expansion of DCC during that period.