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Google Chrome(v0.4.154.23)

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    • For Windows XP:
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M&T Bank Introduces E-Statement Delivery Service

M&T Bank now offers customers the option of receiving electronic account statements, bringing customers a new level of convenience and security. M&T Bank customers now have the option of declining account statements delivered by mail and accepting the bank's new Electronic Statement Delivery Service.

The program allows customers to receive notifications via e-mail when monthly statements are available electronically through M&T Web Banking, where they can view their last 12 monthly statements and access check images.

"We are pleased to offer this new convenient service for our customers," M&T Administrative Vice President and Internet Channel Manager Bob Leong said. "Statements can be viewed and saved on a customer's computer or printed if a hard copy is needed. E-mail notices will arrive two to five days sooner than mail service delivery and are more secure, with fewer people handling them and less paperwork that could be lost or stolen."

In addition, Electronic Statement Delivery Service is more environmentally friendly because the process uses less paper and less energy to deliver.

Current and new customers can access the Electronic Statement Delivery Service enrollment application by visiting the M&T website at http://www.mandtbank.com/ and signing up for M&T Web Banking.

M&T Bank is the principal banking subsidiary of Buffalo-based M&T Bank Corporation ("M&T"). M&T has more than $56 billion in assets and over 650 branches in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia.


Jean Hill

(716) 842-4606