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M&T Bank has 642 branches nationally across the country. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a large bank that services a large population, and has ATM locations, but we are not currently tracking them.

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M&T Bank was established December 1855. That's more than 150 years ago! It holds assets of 123 billion US dollars. This is considered a large national bank that most likely serves a large portion of the country. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 13%. Lower is better!

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M&T Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(155 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By WorstbankMandT Mar 22, 2017

    Shittiest bank out there! They steal your money!!

    M&T Bank is by far the absolute WORST bank, ESPECIALLY the one in Harrison, NY! The employees and manager there are inept, uneducated, and always act like they can't be bothered. Their customer service is horrible!! They don't give two fucks about their customers, they are only interested in their paycheck. They steal your money and MAKE MISTAKES!!!!! DO NOT GO TO THIS BANK!!! IT'S FRAUD! They didn't even shovel their own walk way when it snowed, shame on them! I went to the bank for a simple transaction of transferring funds and the lady at the desk fucked up and deposited it into the wrong account due to her ineffectiveness and shitty customer service or lack thereof. She didn't explain anything to me nor did she confirm the account with me. She asked me to confirm the account number AFTER she deposited into the WRONG account, smart right?

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    Reviewed By Davew30 Mar 20, 2017

    They took back my HSA card!!

    I am an employee at M&T. I chose to open an HSA card during open enrollment. I received the card and started using it. I received a letter from M&T stating that the card was issued in error and I have to pay back what I used (there is an employer contribution for the HSA card - $800.00). The HR rep told me that since I did not chose an HSA card last year and the year before, that I probably did not select the HSA card for this year! I even have screenshots of my elections during open enrollment that show I selected an HSA card. Unbelievable!! How can they just reach out and take it back. I feel like I was robbed (and I was). I am still trying to get the card back. Still trying to communicate with HR but no reply yet. I am really mad!! If you had/have the same thing happen to you, please contact me at Davew30@Juno.com. What a way to take their money back.

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    Reviewed By FDIC Mar 4, 2017

    M & T Bank. "Be careful"

    They smile to your face but they are not good people. All banks are really the people who develop the policies and on a daily basis institute those policies on their customers. I'm one of those customers where the bank rules became a personal vendetta against me. Why? Because I spoke up and complained. I asked a VP at a local branch "Did I do anything wrong? Did I violate a bank rule or purposely circumvent any bank established procedure?" The answer was No with a BUT. The but was that I'm a low income customer and I pissed someone off because I spoke up. Once I spoke up my debit card was turned off and when my monthly auto deposit from the US Federal retirement system arrived in to my account it was held in a "Pending" status for over a week. This did not allow me access any of my funds. During that week I complained daily until I was told that if I would agree to shut down my account and stop complaining to the US government that the bank was being vindictive they would remove the pending status of the deposit thus releasing the funds which would allow me to buy food. They could not shut my account down because I was not in violation of any rule or bank policy. I had told my contact at the retirement payment center that information also and the VP at the bank new that I had and I guess was concerned that they didn't want any further government review of this situation. So if I elected to close my account and shut up I could get the funds released.
    This is an elitist institution that decides who they can disregard and screw with and I believe it's based primarily on the amount of money you deposit. "But" I also believe there are other parameters being implemented at this bank and it may involve race, color and how wealthy you may or may not be. Someone should check into this financial institution that our government through the FDIC protects because they are discriminatory and downright nasty. So Be Careful.

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