We are supporting several domains, and one of them points at two IP address that have been marked as problematic via the Spamhaus CBL. This is preventing our client from using their preferred marketing platform. While it may seem silly to block a Cloudflare IP address, it is a limitation of the tool. Additionally, I can confirm that the suspicious content that that Spamhaus reports is still present (a malicious redirect).
It appears that another domain   is also being served by that domain via Cloudflare on the same 2 IP addresses as our client’s domain. According to this support article , the only way to get a new Cloudflare IP address would to transfer the domain to a new account. Migrating to a new account seems unnecessary. Additionally, we are not the only recent person to have this problem .
Spamhaus/CBL tell me to contact the hosting provider, and the community section appears to be the only mechanism for those with a free plan. Is there another route to removing. Is there a step I’m missing or a better place to report abuse?
For now, we are only using Cloudflare for DNS for the troublesome domain, and are not using the AnyCast network to serve content.