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The "registrar" and "affiliate referrer" settings on your account have no longer any meaning since it was upgraded to LTM. You have been set as your own Lifetime Referrer, which means you receive 80% of your own fees as cashback.

If you create accounts yourself, you set *their* registrar and/or referrer to your own account, to receive cashback from their fees.
If you use your account to refer users to another registrar (like OpenLedger), that registrar will set your account as "affiliate referrer" for accounts created through your referrals.
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the fee allocation shows as follows

Network   20%
Lifetime Referrer   (g-gld)   80%
Registrar   (g-gld)   0%
Affiliate Referrer   (g-gld)   0%
Membership Expiration   

i thought in hindsight  perhaps i should have set the registrar %age and the affiliate referrer %age . Did i forget to do that or should they be set at 0
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I didn't fully understand your question.

The % can only set by registrars, which will only take effect when registering new accounts.
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I took up the lifetime membership option but ommitted to set the % for referrals etc. is there a way to do this in retrospect?
Thanks