DALLAS, June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- ...True (formerly TrueBegininngs) responded to subpoenas served to six of its employees by former employer Match by taking out full-page ads in the WSJ and Dallas Morning News. The ads feature a letter written by Herb Vest, founder and CEO of the company, to Barry Diller, Chairman and CEO of IAC, parent company of Match. ...Vest vows to defend his employees. ..."True reviewed the employees' agreements, and we firmly believe that we have we have not broken any rules by hiring them." ...claims by Match involve possible "breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of duty of loyalty, unfair competition, misappropriation, disclosure of trade secrets, and torturous interference with contact or prospective business relations."