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“They are more afraid of this than of other infectious diseases.” It may seem more like a biblical-era scourge than a modern-day ailment, but there are currently some 6,500 reported cases in the U.
S., and experts say that around half a million new cases are diagnosed each year worldwide.
“I saw people staring at my leg,” says BB, who took to wearing black tights.
Eighty-five percent of adults are confident they can, according to a recent AARP survey.
But the majority of the survey participants then flunked an “Impostor IQ” quiz that measures the ability to spot a liar (take the quiz at aarp.org/fraudwatchnetwork).
Welcome to what experts call the illusion of invulnerability — the belief that frauds happen to others but not you.
Overconfidence in your ability to spot bad guys is a dangerous thing.