I have the opposite situation as this question. I received a call which Google marked as Suspected Spam Caller, but it was a legitimate call from a company I do business with. Can I report to Google that this is not spam so others are not confused? I selected the call in my history, and there is an option to report as spam, but not an option to report as not spam.


You missed seeing this Report a mistake in spam protection

If a call from someone you know is marked as spam, you can report the mistake.

  • Open your device's Phone app phone.

  • Tap Recent calls Recents.

  • Tap the call mistakenly labeled spam.

  • Tap Not spam.

Future calls from this number won't be marked as spam.

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    Hm, I'm thinking others must have done this and Google has corrected the mistake, because although it definitely showed as Suspected Spam when I received the call, now in my recent calls there is an option to Report Spam, but no option for Not Spam. – thunderblaster Jul 13 '17 at 17:03
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    Yeah, I'm going to accept your answer as this is clearly correct and may help others. Thanks! – thunderblaster Jul 13 '17 at 17:07
  • I'm not finding a "not spam". Was that removed? – BCS Apr 23 at 15:54
  • You see the Not Spam when it goes to full spam. When it is in "Suspected Spam" you do not get to mark it as Not Spam. It has not been promoted to "full spam" yet so you can't unmark it yet. Question for the Community: When you mark something as Not Spam - Do Not Block - does it affect only your phone or are you voting to mark it as Not Spam to the greater world? – Sql Surfer Apr 30 at 17:26

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