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I had the same problem with my rival. I used a universal USB charger. It worked fine for a month or so and then stopped charging completely. I went to the Motorola website and downloaded the charging driver. I haven't had a problem since.
Sometimes a bad charger can send a high voltage charge to the phone and fry the charging port on the phone. That is why a lot of the car chargers today have a fuse on them now. So that it will blow the fuse on the charger, instead of frying your phone's charger spot.
you can try to clean the charger port (but first make sure its not bent, or broken - the pins are really tiny and hard to see, so make sure)
But try cleaning the charge port on the phone and the charger with denatured (rubbing) alcohol, and a toothbrush -
Just make sure not to plug it in when you do this!
and clean both the charger and phone, make sure neither are bent
lastly, try a new charger!