What is Low Balance Protection?

How Low Balance Protection works

With Low Balance Protection, Digit will move money back to your bank account if it goes below a comfortable amount. 

For example, if Low Balance Protection is set to $100 and Digit notices your checking balance is $80, $20 from your Rainy Day Fund will automatically move from your savings back to checking to get you back up to $100. 

Depending on if your bank supports Instant Withdrawals, money will be moved back to your account within minutes. Otherwise, it will arrive within 3-5 business days. 

If you would instead like Digit to stop saving at a certain balance, you can set up a Safe Saving Level here.

Turning Low Balance Protection on and off

By default, Low Balance Protection is set to On when you first open your Digit account. The amount Digit sets depends on your checking balance at the time you connect.

To enable or disable Low Balance Protection:

1) Open the app and tap into Low Balance Protection below your checking info.

2) Switch the slider to On or Off
3) Once Low Balance Protection is turned on, you'll see an example amount pop up. To adjust, just tap that amount, enter what you're comfortable with, and hit Save.

 

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