Roman Numerals used in mail, a gift, or a curse! It really depends on how the individual uses the roman numeral to determine if it’s a good, or bad thing. First, roman numerals are used when the birth of a child is born, and the father, and mom of the child decides to give the child his dad’s namesake, so James Henry Doe II, and his wife have a son, and decide to name him James Henry Doe III, years later the couple decides to get a divorce, so James Henry Doe II, decides to go out and fill out new credit card offers in the name of his 3 year old son, James Henry Doe III, and proceeds to charge up 6 credit cards in his son’s name, before James III, can even apply for a credit card, his credit has been ruined by his Dad. When it comes to mail, and a separation occurs, it’s important to distinguish the difference between the roman numerals in the event that James II is moving out of the house, and James III, is staying with his Mom according to the divorce decree. If James II, has an account that he auto-ships items to his home, he needs to fill out an individual change of address order with the Postal Service, and include James II to distinguish the difference between his name, and James III name, it’s his responsibility to log into his account with Target.com to change his address credentials, as well as notifying his human resources department that his address will be changing, and his information needs to be updated to avoid having to go to his previous address to pick up his check stubs in the event that his ex-wife has an restraining order against him, and he can’t be within 100 feet of his former residence, if Mr. James II doesn’t take care of his responsibilities in a short period of time then he can face the consequences of roman numerals used in mail, a gift, or a curse! wwww.iwantmymail.com More than just a blog!