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Are you changing your passcode for security reasons?
Periodically changing your passcode is a prudent measure for protecting your digital information. To update your passcode for your personal or business accounts, log in to M&T Online Banking, select the “Settings and Support” tab and then select “My Profile.” You can change your passcode from there.
Have a commercial banking account?
If you are a commercial customer and want to update or have forgotten your passcode or User ID, please call 1-800-724-2240 (Monday–Friday 8am–6pm ET) and one of our Commercial Service Team Representatives will gladly assist you.
Have you forgotten your passcode?
If you’ve forgotten your passcode for your personal or business online banking account, select the “Help with Your Passcode” link on the M&T Online Banking login screen. You’ll then need to enter your User ID and Social Security Number or Tax Identification Number.
Next you’ll need to verify your identity. You can either use your M&T Debit Card or ATM Card, your M&T Credit Card, your M&T Online Banking Security Questions, your M&T Mortgage Account or other verification method. It’s important to note:
- If you use your M&T Debit or ATM card, you will also need your PIN number
- If you use your M&T Credit Card, you will also need your 3-digit Security Code
- If you opt to answer your security questions, you will need to answer two correctly
- If you use your M&T Mortgage Account, you will need your account number
Once you’ve provided all the necessary information, you can change your passcode.
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Forgot your personal or business online account User ID?
Contact an M&T Online Customer Service Representative at 1-800-790-9130 Monday–Friday 8am–9pm, Saturday–Sunday 9am–5pm ET for help.
Locked Out? Restore Account Access with These Easy Steps
April 4, 2021
Maybe you misplaced your password, or maybe you’ve gotten locked out due to a few wrong guesses. No worries! It happens to the best of us. Find out below how to restore your account access in a matter of minutes.
What if the system tells me my account is locked?
After three invalid attempts at logging in, you will be locked out of the system for security purposes. To restore access to your account, you can select the “Unlock My Account” button on online banking or go through the “Forgot Password?” process on either online banking or our mobile banking app.* When you select “Unlock My Account,” the system will route you to the same “Forgot Password?” process as described below.
How to reset your account password:
To start our self-service password reset, click the “Forgot Password?” link on the login screen. You will be prompted to read and acknowledge a security message. To proceed, select the box next to “I Agree” and continue.
Then, you will be prompted to enter your username, account (member) number, email address and Social Security number. All fields are required to complete the password reset process. Once you submit the information, you will be prompted to choose if you would like your temporary password sent via email, text message or voice call, which will be good for 24 hours. You can use the temporary password to log in with your current username. Once logged in, you can create a new password for your account. Be sure to create a strong password that no one can guess, and do not share the password with others.
If you’ve never added an email address to your Grow profile, then you will need to call our Member Contact Center for help, since the self-service password reset requires an email address to be on file with us. You can call us at 800.839.6328 for assistance, Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm and Saturday–Sunday, 9am–6pm. To ensure you can use the self-service process in the future, visit the Contact tab in the Settings widget to confirm your preferred email address is on file next time you log in.
What if I know my password but have forgotten my username?
There is a separate “Forgot Username?” option on the login screen. You can use this process to recover your username. Select the “Forgot Username?” link and follow the steps, which are similar to those outlined for the password reset process above. To recover your username, you will need to have available your account (member) number, email address and Social Security number.
What if I don’t know my account number?
If you are missing pieces of information you need to verify your identity during the password reset process, such as your account number or Social Security number, please call our Member Contact Center.
Read more common questions and answers about Grow online and mobile banking.
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With Online Banking, you have the flexibility to make a same-day payment, schedule a future payment or sign up for AutoPay, where your payment is scheduled on the same day each month. You can use a U.S. Bank checking account or an external account to make payments to your credit card. If you choose to set up an external payment account, it only needs to be set up once for all future payments.
To make a payment:
- Log in to Online Banking.
- Under the "Bill Payments" tab, select "Pay My Account" or "Pay a U.S. Bank Account".
- Select the Account you are paying, and the Account you are paying from.
- Select the frequency, either Once for a onetime payment, or Recurring to set up AutoPay.
- Complete the remaining payment information and select Continue.
- Review the payment details and click Submit.
- Print off the Confirmation Page for your records (you can also sign up to receive an email or text.)
The cut-off time for same day Web (non-AutoPay) payments varies but generally ranges between 5 pm and 8 pm CT. Please contact Cardmember Service if you have questions about your applicable cut-off time.
Or, you can make a payment using your mobile phone (see Mobile Banking below).
- Cancel your account numbers and issue new ones, along with new card(s).
- Mail you a letter to confirm your username has been compromised.
- We'll keep your login credentials locked until we hear back from you. This restricts all access to mobile and online banking.
Usernames can be disabled for security or fraud reasons such as:
- Your login credentials are believed to be compromised by a hacker, key logger, virus, lost computer, etc.
- Other personal information was compromised that can be used to retrieve your username or password.
Your account numbers need to be cancelled and reissued in order for your username to be enabled. Call us at 800-USBANKS (872-2657) to enable your username.