MyBankTracker Rating

First Niagara Bank Locations in Your Area

First Niagara Bank has 409 branches in their region. This traditional brick and mortar bank is an established bank that has presence across at least one state, and most likely uses an ATM network, but we are not aware of it.

We found bank branches & ATMs within miles of . Here are the nearest locations:

We could not find

Make sure your search is spelled correctly.

Try adding a city, state, or zip code.

Learn more about First Niagara Bank

First Niagara Bank was established December 1869. That's more than 100 years ago! It holds assets of 39.9 billion US dollars. This is considered a large bank that most likely serves a large portion of their region. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 9%. Lower is better!

Looking for an alternative to First Niagara Bank?

If you're looking for higher interest rates and lower fees, but are willing to give up the "walk-in" experience of a local branch, you may want to browse our curated selection of best online banks.

First Niagara Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(78 Reviews)
1 out of 5 stars
See all 78 customer reviews
  • M
    Reviewed By Manse6101 May 23, 2016

    Irwin Branch

    We opened a business checking accont with FNB Irwin in March. It has been nothing but a pain and inconvenience. The bank calls us four times to correct mistakes they made in the beginning . Now 2 1/2 months later they call again for a new federal id number. They already have the number. Do not recommend First Niagra Bank!!!!! Go with a smaller bank.

    Is this review helpful?
  • A
    Reviewed By amp Apr 20, 2016

    Refusal to disburse funds from Trust Account

    Better to place your funds somewhere else. My mom was the trustee for a family Trust Fund, she passed in 2015. I have presented the will showing I am executor, have power of attorney, limited power of attorney and a raised seal death certificate; they still refuse to close the account which contains an inconsequential amount of money. This prevents us from settling our account and closing our trust. They want an attorney to contact them, a court order and all kinds of documentation that in the end will cost us more than the account is worth.

    The branch in New City was managed by a woman who did not appear to understand the difference between a living trust and an inheritance. She promised to get back to me in two days, it took her three weeks to come back and decline us. One year later, I approached the Nanuet Branch who at least was gracious and tried to assist but somewhere higher up, they once again declined to close the account.

    Please make sure before you place your money in this bank that you understand what can happen to your estate or Living Trust.

    Is this review helpful?
  • P
    Reviewed By Pattiworkman1 Apr 14, 2016

    Pleasant Hills Branch Worst Ever

    This Branch has the worst customer service ever. Assistant Manager was disrespectful and rude. Prior to entering the branch tried to get into online banking. Bank did not follow up on returning my calls. Took me 2 weeks before someone could actually get me into online banking. This branch should be rated negative zero. Looking forward to moving all my accounts to a bank that knows what they are doing and that doesn't charge seniors such high rates. Highway robbery at its best from this bank.

    Is this review helpful?