If your Caller ID shows up as SPAM ... here's what you can do
Some resources can help with customer's noticing their number showing up as SPAM or SCAM. With all of the below links, the customer will need to be the one to engage as many of the sites ask information about their business.
This site has some great resources for Legitimate callers to register their phone numbers with the companies listed, and work with their providers and aggregators to help ensure that their calls are labeled and treated correctly.
Many mobile companies utilize Spam and calling name services from a company named "Hiya". You may reach out to Hiya directly to get their number removed from the Spam list.
- HIYA: https://hiyahelp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115014815387-I-want-to-change-or-remove-the-caller-ID-information-or-Spam-Rating-of-a-number
You can reach out to mobile companies directly:
- AT&T: https://www.att.com/reviewmycalllabel
- Verizon: https://www.voicespamfeedback.com/vsf/
- T-Mobile: https://www.t-mobile.com/callreporting
Legitimate callers can also email Nomorobo (email@example.com) and YouMail (TNissues@youmail.com) about planned autodialing calls so they are not marked as SPAM.