Firstly, sorry for any alarm!
When Digit debits your checking account for your saves, we are deducting one lump sum at once, and then distributing the funds to your goals within Digit afterwards - your savings rates will remain the same, and you can still access and withdraw from your goals separately.
For example, if you have three goals set up within Digit and see a debit for $15, more than likely $5 was added to each of your goals.
If you'd like to see a breakdown of how those funds are being divided, as well as see your most up-to-date goal balances, you can log-in to your dashboard and click into your goals, or check under your Savings Journal.
Depending on your bank, savings from Digit will appear as "Digit.co" or "Digit Savings." Payments for the monthly subscription fee will reflect as "Digit.co Payment" or "Digit Payment" when those are debited from your checking account.
If you don't have any goals set up in Digit aside from the default Rainy Day Fund, you'll see that debit in checking as "Digit Rainy Day."
If things still aren't adding up, or if you have any questions at all, definitely reach out and let us know!