The "Scam Likely" & similar notices displayed by most cellular providers are completely proprietary and not stored in any centralized database. We have no control over which exchanges or telephone numbers other carriers mark as "Spam" or "Fraudulent" nor do we have a way to remove these flags from their systems. If you obtain a number that is being flagged as "Scam Likely" or "Fraudulent, you have 3 courses of action:
1. Attempt to contact the carrier who is flagging your calls and get them to remove the flag. Unfortunately, this course of action does not have a very high success rate. If you are able to get someone on the phone at the offending carrier, proving your legitimacy becomes the bigger problem
2. Cut your losses, trash the number, and replace it. (This is why it's good to test things before printing business cards).