Have you gotten an email from Bakerias that says you’ve been featured in the baking category of bakerias.com? You’re not alone. Lots of people have received similar email, and are also in doubt of the legitimacy of the website.

If you’re considering joining the platform, here’s all the details about Bakerias.com. We’ve done a thorough investigation, revealing everything you need to know.

About Bakerias.com

Bakerias.com claims to be a worldwide directory for finding bakers and related businesses in the industry. According to the information on its About Us page, there are more than 700,000 bakeries featured on the site, spanning over 241 countries. This looks quite impressive, however it’s quite troubling that they are not popular yet. If indeed they’ve featured businesses in 73,000+ cities, why isn’t the brand known?

Lets look at their metrics;

Who.is (a domain checker) shows that bakerias.com was registered on January 2018. However, from Wayback Machine data, we can see that site only started operating from December 2023.

Semrush shows their Traffic analytics for the month of March 2024 is more than 74,000 visits. More than 200% change from their February traffic (23,000+)

Certainly, the site is fast growing.


  • Fast growing platform
  • No listing fee


  • Isn’t active on Social Media (the icons on the website don’t lead to any social media page)
  • Known by very few people
  • No information about the owner(s)
  • The platform isn’t professionaly designed

Is the Email from Bakerias a phishing scam?

No, it isn’t. However, don’t click on the link or attachment in it, as hackers may impersonate Bakerias and send phishing email. This could lead to potential data leak, ransomware or even malware infestation. It’s best to visit the site on your own via ‘bakerias.com’ then search for your listing and claim it if you wish to.

Should You Join bakerias.com?

There’s no harm in signing up on Bakerias.com as a baker or supplier. It’s a fast growing directory for bakers, and currently registration is free of charge. However, to get conversions from the site you may need to pay for advertising.

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By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of Snoopviews.com. I started working as a Cyber Fraud Researcher in 2019 when I saw lots of people falling victims to fraudulent websites pretending to sell disinfectants, masks and wipes during the Covid19 pandemic. Since then, I've saved millions of people from online scams.

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