How do I avoid fees or possible escheatment for a lack of activity in a bank account?

My credit union notified me that there was no activity in my account for over 12 months. Other than acknowledging that I want the account to remain active, what do I need to do to avoid any fees or possible escheatment for a lack of activity in the account? Should I generate activity on the account by making a deposit or a withdrawal?

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If you still need this account or want the flexibility of having access to this account for the future, you should check with the credit union on its policies. They may require that you do a certain number of transactions or type of transactions during a set period. Check with them.

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