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Severe Weather Alert: Most M&T Bank Branches Open After Hurricane Sandy

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Severe Weather Alert: Most M&T Bank Branches Open After Hurricane Sandy14:19 EDT Wednesday, October 31, 2012BUFFALO, N.Y., Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Following severe weather across the region, only a limited number of M&T Bank branch and ATM locations remain closed.  Depending on local conditions, including the availability of power and telecommunications service, local flooding and travel conditions, the status of our branch network is as follows:NEW YORK CITY/LONG ISLANDAll branches open normal business hours with the exception of: Flatiron ? 200 5th Avenue ? New York, NY Gramercy East ? 397 1st Avenue ? New York, NY Madison South ? 95 Madison Avenue ? New York, NY Oceanside ? 12 Atlantic Avenue ? Oceanside, NYDELAWAREAll branches open normal business hoursMARYLANDAll branches open normal business hours with the exception of: Bel Air Main ? 12 Office Street ? Bel Air, MD Deep Creek ? 19795 Garrett Highway ? Garrett, MD Grantsville ? 124 Main Street ? Garrett, MD Oakland ? 46 South Second Street ? Garrett, MDWASHINGTON DCAll branches open normal business hoursVIRGINIAAll branches open normal business hoursWEST VIRGINIAAll branches open normal business hoursPENNSYLVANIAAll branches open normal business hours with the exception of: Bensalem ? 1817 Street Road ? Bensalem, PA Lehighton ? 1241 Blakeslee Blvd ? Lehighton, PA Stroudsburg ? 900 North 9th Street ? Stroudsburg, PA Wayne ? 38 West Avenue ? Wayne, PA HUDSON VALLEYAll branches open normal business hours with the exception of: Piermont ? 527 Piermont Avenue ? Piermont, NYUPSTATE NEW YORK (BUFFALO THROUGH ALBANY)All branches open normal business hoursWe understand that these closures may impact your ability to conduct normal banking business, so we will be taking extra steps to minimize any disruption or inconvenience for our customers in these areas, including waiving insufficient funds and overdraft transfer fees as well as other related charges in the event a deposit to your account is delayed.If our branches in your area are closed due to the storm, we have several alternative options available to you.  M&T's Web Banking is available 24 hours a day.  You can make transfers between your M&T accounts and pay bills by visiting http://www.mtb.com.Customers can also transfer funds and pay bills using our Mobile Banking services, such as the App for iPhone® and Mobile Web Banking, available for BlackBerry® and Android? and most devices with mobile web access. To get started, go to the App Store(SM) or visit mtb.com from your mobile device.Our automated telephone service is available 24/7.  Service representatives in the Telephone Banking Center are also available Monday-Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. by calling 1.800.724.2440.  Please note that due to the storm, we are experiencing higher than usual call volumes which may result in longer wait times.  We appreciate your patience.   We will continue to assess local conditions and evaluate the needs of our customers in affected areas.  Please check http://www.mtb.com regularly for updates. About M&T BankFounded in 1856, M&T Bank Corporation is one of the 20 largest U.S. bank holding companies, with more than 750 branch offices and 1,800 ATMs in Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia and Delaware.contact: Chet Bridger, +1-716-842-5182, cbridger@mtb.com SOURCE M&T Bank Corporation