I wasn’t specifically aware of this particular case, but this sort of thing does happen. Because different vendors have different packaging suppliers, you can’t rely on them to all be uniform. That is why it is critical to review datasheets before soldering down parts.
Another related problem one sees occasionally is with how parts are oriented in the tape pockets on tape-and-reel. There are often options of more than one orientation, and the default orientation may differ from one vendor to another on “industry standard” part numbers. The people running pick-and-place machines really have to be careful for that, and it is sometimes hard to find documentation about that.
P.S. I just looked at that link for your part made by “Good-Ark”. I don’t know about you, but in my experience, with the exception of welding equipment, the word “Ark” is never “Good” when dealing with electronics!