Steps to reproduce:
The best example is a kagi search for "foldimate".
Foldimate was a company that was building a laundry folding robot in the early 2010s who went bankrupt 2021.
On a kagi search for this, no articles regarding the companys bankruptcy appears - instead, an article saying the product "finally works now" from the Verge, which is woefully out of date, and a secondary link to a scam website "selling" the device, in spite of the fact that the device has never made it to market. The Wikipedia summary on the side does little as well to clarify that the company no longer exists, other then speaking in the past tense.
Obviously this is a very niche search - but I'm surprised on clicking the shield icon that there is no way to report a website as spam, malicious, etc - this would be a great feature.
In fact, the only "red" shield on the page is for Mashable, who has too many trackers. The search listing also includes 3 more links to scam stores, which are not marked at all.
I don't necessarily think that scam links should be fully purged from listings, but I do think that either the shield, or an additional scam warning, should appear for reported sketchy links.