Sure, this is a common misunderstanding. The "Probability" rescaling method is a non-linear transformation (exponential) that takes items on the lower part of the scale and squishes them closer together and items at the upper end of the scale and stretches them somewhat. The zero-centered Raw scaling transformation, however, is a linear transformation that doesn't involve a non-linear stretching.
Within a single respondent's scores, whether you do one transformation or the other, the ranking of the items cannot change. But, take multiple respondents with differences in preference and perform the two transformations on those individual respondents...but then average those results across respondents...and the rank order of the average summary preferences (across respondents) can indeed change between linear and non-linear transformation methods.
Usually the changes in rank order from the average results (due to a linear transformation vs. a non-linear transformation) across respondents aren't very noteworthy in terms of changing managerial implications.