That doesn't seem like a complete set of zone records. It's just MX records used for email services.
Who exactly is your hosting provider? Is it Panthur or Bluehost?
if Panthur is your hosting provider, then that information will have to come from them, not Bluehost.
The screenshot you got from Panthur previously seems to be based on a misunderstanding. Instead of looking up your DNS zone records through your Panthur control panel, that representative used a third-party tool to look for nameserver records, which is not what we asked for.
Did you try the guide that Harry linked to earlier? If Panthur is your hosting provider, can you ask them? We need the DNS zone records for their hosting. The IP address for the A records is especially important. And to be clear, we are not asking them to use a third-party lookup tool. (That won't be reliable anyway because Ezoic serves as a proxy, similar to Cloudflare, in this case.) We are asking them to check their own internal records.