A number of AMP customers may have recently received a phishing email pretending to be from AMP, requesting them to confirm recent payments. The email is not from AMP. Clicking on the button will open a login page similar to MY AMP page - but it is not AMP. Do not click on the buttons or enter any details, as the information is being collected for misuse. If you have entered your details, please use AMP website amp.com.au (always type our address into your browser rather than click on a link) to login to My AMP and change your password. You should also check that your security software is enabled and up to date.